"An amazing blog, full of Adventure, Excitement, and Really Wild Things." ~~Marvin
Yay! Pictures! What is MuNKi baking? I assume that's MuNKi unless you have really hairy arms...Is that a Phoenix on Mollusc's birthday cake?
I want you as a mom.
Amanda - While I do have unfortunately hairy arms, they are not as hirsute as MuNKi's. Yes, thouse are his. ^_^ He was making French Bread. It was YUMMY! Sadly, he slashed his finger HORRIBLY, cutting one of them later. Luckily for my readers, I did not have the presence of mind to take a picture. :-PYep, that's a phoenix on Mollusc's cake. She did all the decoration herself. :)Egan - So I can crochet you a beaded hair loopie? Or throw you in a pit? Oh, maybe so I can let you play with the water in a fountain and make a big lake in the kitchen. ^_^ If it's the cake art you're wanting, that's Mollusc's work.
I want it all Candace, all of it. Your kids always look so happy and that says a lot about the job you and MuNKi are doing. Kudos to you!
Isn't there a song about "I want it all?" ^_^That's very sweet of you though. Thank you. :) Of course, I rarely take pictures of them bickering or weeping, though. ^_^ Oh, I'll have to post a picture of my recent Nazi Mama move, though.
Nah, you don't have to post about that. I'm not naive enough to think there aren't rough times raising kids. I really do like how radiant they seem and all the different things they learn thanks to you.
Mollusc is a very talented cake decorator. Perhaps I can hire her when I open up my pastry shop.And MuNKi can come bake bread there, too. But no cutting of fingers! Ouch!
I love all your photos!
Egan - too late. ^_^Amanda -She would probably love that. ^_^ Especially if she got to do a lot of mythical beasts.Oh yeah, MuNKi's meat flap was gross!!Claire - thank you! :)
Brilliant photos as usual, C.I particularily like the playful cat.:)
Ah, Apis mellifera. Looks like an Italian. They are supposed to be the "mellow" in disposition. But I had a hive that tore me a new one. Must have been Sicilian and therefore partially influxed with some African genes. Since this is a family blog, I won't tell you what they stung out of me, but they sure stung it out of me! All you had to do was breathe on the box and they would come out HOT.The pictures are all wonderful, Candace. You beautify me.
Oooops. Looks like I scrolled too far. Meant for the above, but you get my drift. Literally! HA! YEAH! FUNNY, HUH!!!!!
Winters - thank you, Sir. :) She made a big mess, but it was worth it for the entertainment. >^_^<Gawpo - OWIE!! I got stung just the other day. Turns out you shouldn't grab bees. Who knew? Actually, I was weeding the phlox and didn't see the wee blighter. But he saw me all right. Onion sure works fast on bee stings. ^_^Hahahahha!! Drift!! FFFFFeerrrrry nice!
Post a Comment