Wednesday, February 14, 2007

out my window

This is happening out my window today. We have actually had about 6-8 more inches since I took these pix earlier this morning. Needless to say, the kids are home again. If they get another snow day tomorrow they will be off for the next 5 since they already have off Fri and Mon. Obviously it was fun at first but now I am losing my mind, or what is left of it. Son#2 thinks--yippee..no school, I am going to take mom's car and drive all over northeast Ohio doing donuts in parking lots..it aint happenin kid. So, because of his obnoxious mouth, annoying attitude and relentless whining that the world belongs to him, I grounded him....take that you little shit. The only problem with that is that having him out of the house for the day would be A WHOLE LOT more fun for me that seeing him sulk around every corner. It is days like this that I have to remember my infertile years and how I would cry every time I saw a baby. I should have been picturing them as teenagers.

6 comments:

Nickie said...

WHAT??? You mean teenage boys are a handful too? Dude, I was counting on an easier time with boys! Great.

I hope the snow doesn't stick around too long. I love it the first 24hrs, then it gets all dirty and brown and you just want it to go away.

My Reality said...

Our backyards are looking kind of similar! I love new white snow. I hope for your sake that school is open tomorrow!

Brandy said...

Love the sweet doggie in the background!

Nicole said...

You crack me up. Thanks for the comment and visit to my blog. I am always thrilled to have another blogger to stalk. I am really enjoying your writing, so I will definitely be back.

Demeter said...

Wow, sorry you have to deal with all the snow and stranded teenagers at home!

steph said...

That last comment cracked me up!!
I've been trying to convince hubby we should only do foster care and not adopt. We'll skip teenagers, college funds, we could even take breaks and go on trips ALONE!!
Oh well.
Saw a sign once that said
Raising teenagers is like trying to nail jello to a tree.