Mr. C was deep in thought about mountains. Cute.You must not shop at the right Walmarts :) I don't see many super crazy ppl, but do see some odd sorts at ours. My hubby works nights at Wally for a second job and he says he sees some real wackos. I guess they come out when its dark ;)I hope June brings warmth, and sunshine for you!LOL at the snot rockets. Its so disgusting. My man doesn't do them thankfully. I did clean a house for someone for several years and had to clean up her hubby's snot rockets, soooooo gross!
I love the 'mom and child' phase he is in right now. The pic he drew of T-Rex's mom and her baby is now my favorite! He is such a cutie-even though he likes to burp at the dinner table. :)We woke up to sunshine today! Hoping it sticks around for good!
Mountains get born? Cute.http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/05/think-lindsay-lohan-has-personal-info-on-facebook/
Mr. C sounds like a pistol! We lived near mountains when I was young and woke up one day to fog so thick we could barely see our back yard. My sister said, "The Mountains Ran Away!" So cute! My Grandma used to say she was going "Down to The Wal-Mart to get some popcorn, sit on a bench and watch the people." Cheap entertainment! And it was always The Wal-Mart, The with a capital T.
Lol!! " Mt. Everest is the Mommy" ADORABLE!
OMG Renee. I would have totally told the lady you were cleaning for her husband or herself could clean up the snot rockets. I just threw up a little in my mouth reading that. Thank goodness my husband doesn't do them.
The mom mountain. How cute!I try not to look at people in Walmart. I'm afraid of what I might see.
I've never seen the People of Wal-Mart at Wal-Mart either...does that mean that I'M the one they're all looking at?Nice to see another blogger in her 50s, not many of us out here in mommy bloggy land.
you just have to come and visit me in northern new mexico and i'll take you to wal-mart...i think the one closest to me (20 miles) is where they get ALL their pictures!!!