Sunday, August 20, 2006

Tornado Alley



Can someone tell me how a tornado can literally come into your home and leave such chaos? Because that must be what happened here. No self-respecting person would allow their children to wreak this kind of havok. No parent of any intelligence or value would step over this on their way to the computer. I can't imagine any stay-at-home mom worth her salt would tolerate her home in such disarray.

Really.

10 comments:

Kelli said...

Shocking.

Truly.

Un-im-a-gin-able.

Now - we know. All about you.




Whew. It's NOT just me.

novaks8 said...

HA

I would share a picture of mine but don't see the camera...probably buried at the moment!

Why DO kids drop things?

At least adults put them on counters and desks!

Grafted Branch said...

Isn't "tollerant" a synonym to SAHM?

jessica said...

Oh my goodness... must fire that woman! hee hee... don't even go look in my room! :)

Heather said...

Whatcha complainin about? That looks clean to me! You can still see most of the floor.

Come back when it looks like MY house. (and NO you don't get a picture - it would cause dizziness, headache, migrane, and possible stroke)

But Momma said...

Hmmm, I wonder if the memory stick to my camera might be under there somewhere? Have I been to your house? Oh, probably somewhere here, under my pile.

The Human Napkin said...

Okay, who said you could come take a picture of my house? What? It's not my house? Oh, wait, I see... it can't be my house. Too much empty floor space. I lost my floor a long time ago.

Feelin' your pain...

LiteratureLover said...

Well, with all the crazy weather around here, I'm sure that it was a tornado (albeit a really CUTE, little tornado).

Manic Mom said...

My husband cannot stand coming home to the mess that is markers, backpacks, shoes strewn all over the floor.

I tell him the house is immaculate all day long until 3 pm.

LaShawn said...

Hey you can see the floor. When there is no more floor...that is when I clean@!