Some of these totally crack me up.
Like The Farmer's expression in the first one. The kids wanted a silly face picture. me: oh sure, have at it! and the silliest face is worn by the only person not making one?!!! It reminds me of the cat we had growing up. "Buster" looked just like that across the eyes when he felt cornered in a situation that he didn't want to be in.
The next one is a favorite of mine, it's just that terrible and ridiculous.
And then there are some that I still don't see as funny. Like those that SoMeBoDy ruined making faces behind my back. I didn't even know it till I uploaded them. Which was after that person enjoyed his
I enjoy hard labor and dental appointments about as much.
And maybe good parents don't bribe with arby melt roast beef sandwiches.
But I read somewhere that the sane ones do!!!
Here we watched the light blinking for my timer as the camera slowly turned clockwise.
yet another not winner.
Lesson learned: tighten the little thingy not tightened on the tripod.
I said sorta cooperative, right?
These pictures say four words. done.we.are.done.
Did anyone else hear the story of the guy who wanted to mail Christmas cards but was too cheap to pay for postage? Yeah. He wrote his own name and address in the middle of the envelope as the recipient, instead of the sender. And the intended recipient and their address as the sender in the upper left hand corner. So when the post office returned the envelope to "the sender" for more postage? It had actually reached the intended destination.
Sorry. but that made me laugh everytime I heard it. They repeated it alot on the Christian radio station that I listen too. I'm sure that they had a bigger, deeper point to make...but I don't recall that part.
Here's hoping that you all had a meaningful Christmas season
celebrating what is bigger and deeper and most important ~ HIM!
(and praying that it didn't look like our manger scene the way that I found it the other day...
with The Reason slipping through the cracks. )
Happy almost New Year friends!