attack of the sillies
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very large five

December 16th, 2013

LOL, I enticed Andrew into the tub for a bubble bath. He kicked his feet around, splashed water everywhere, and quite enjoyed his beer. ROFL He is five…

And the next morning:
Andrew woke up to another bubble bath. He immediately immersed himself to his chin and overflowing water cascaded onto the floor. LOL FIVE!

demon cat

December 15th, 2013

The cat is snoring so loud that he’s wheezing both on the in and out breaths. He sounds absolutely demonic. rofl

making due

December 14th, 2013

I nudged up the heat a little so I could sit without long sleeves on for a bit, and also selected the Crackling Yule Log Fireplace on Roku. It’s not quite the same thing, but, it’s something.

I mishear on purpose

December 14th, 2013

Chris: “Okay, I’m going to buzz my face, brush my hair, and put on my shoes.”
Me: “So, wait, you’re going to buzz your shoes, put on your hair, and brush your face?”
Chris chuckles.

And then the other evening, as Andrew was getting tucked into bed for the night: “Put the fan on me, and then turn it on.”
So, I lay the box fan across his legs, and then started speaking to it seductively.
Andrew: “AUGH!”
Me: “Heehee.”


December 11th, 2013

frozenI sent this to Andrew. A few minutes later he burst into the bedroom to bawl on my shoulder. “OMG the pictures were SO CUTE!” I jiggled as I giggled quietly. He sniffled. “Shut up.” And then he started giggling too.


December 6th, 2013


The town had a dusting of snow in the early morning hours. And so of course the snark came out.

it was made of warm

December 6th, 2013


I took the heating pad off my lap to start making soup. I came back to find this. Good way to weather the winter.

A few days later: “The cat wandered in, trilling expectantly, and so I lay out the heating pad again. rofl HOOPPPEELESSS.”

A few days after that: “I made a nest out of the heating pad and some blankets wrapped in a donut shape around it. The cat loves curling up with his back against the blankets, or facing them and wrapping his paws around it. Anyway, I left it for him to find. It took a half hour or so, but he sauntered in, saw the set-up, hopped in, and has spent the entire day in it.”

A week later: “I put the heating pad on the couch and left it there for the cat to find. I came back a short time later to find him on it. LOL”


beer for bears

December 3rd, 2013

beer patch

Andrew’s been wearing his favorite denim jeans to pieces. I had to iron on a patch on a particularly shredded spot. I offered to make a shape out of the patch, as it would be on the outside. He said, “Whatever.” I did this. He coos every time he looks at it, “It’s so cuuuute!”

No!… okay.

December 3rd, 2013

I learned long ago to ignore whatever Andrew is saying. rofl
Me: “Here is some ice cream.”
Andrew, bellowing: “I don’t want ice cream!” *eats the ice cream*
Me: “C’mere, let’s cuddle.”
Andrew, hollaring: “I don’t want to cuddle!” *hops into bed and cuddles*
Me: “Gimme kissies.”
Andrew: “No, I’m busy!” *kissies*



November 30th, 2013

I roasted a bird for 3.5 hours, made homemade mashed potatoes, admittedly the corn was out of the can and the stuffing was out of the box, but let’s hear it for being well enough to manage that. Even Chris hovered around the kitchen and took off with a plate, lol. What is it with cats being underfoot?…