Monday, January 22, 2007

Fap'Anis and my fridge

Well. The boy is home from school today. Although his symptoms appear to be better since he wants to go outside and play video games. OH, and his belly pains are moving places each time I ask. It seems that yes, he wasn't feeling well, but he is a heck of a lot better now. Mom wonders what he wanted to miss at school today.

So, as we were making breakfast, I figured I would share my Fridge. Why? I have no idea. It just felt like something to do...

Here is my fridge with notes...





Then the mess that is inside.



Finally, a magnet that has brought us many laughs...



It came with my calender this year. We giggle every time we see it. Come on...you can't tell me you wouldn't either. But, we're ones to giggle about passing gas and everything else too.

FAP'ANIS

Warning!! If you are hugging someone and that person starts to read the magnet in question out loud. You, the hugger, will have your ears in their chest and it will defiantly sound like they are calling you a fat pain in the ass. Sending the hugger to say WTF? I only wanted a hug, no name calling needed... bitch...


There is our family's story of Fap' anis goes. Other spend $1,000 dollars for this vintage wine poster. Us, we dig our magnet.

Side note. It should be a reminder to me when i open my fridge.... Donut, you have a fat....no more food.

Just a thought.

2 comments:

Peanut Butter and Jelly Boats said...

What a cool idea for your blog! Great Post and very interesting! I have to say that your fridge is much more full than mine, but I guess I'm more of a pantry kind of girl.

donut said...

Thanks...
I was home with JC while he was sick and waiting for him to finish eating. I guess I spent too much time staring at my messy fridge.

Really, it wasn't that full. A lot went into the garabge the next day. :)

Pantry and cabinets are way too full too.

But the day I took this, I really started missing being a stay at home mom. We has a great day that day! I think that's why I enjoy reading your blog so much!If I only knew what I know now about being a mommy, I would have enjoyed it much more than.

That's why I say parenthood is a lot of ad libbing...