Sunday, September 19, 2010
Funny story. I spotted this treasure at the Goodwill and Liberty had to have it. Well, since I'm not always a pushover for the little gal I told my sister about it and she told me to pick it up for her for the birthday. I noticed that it resembled a ballerina so I brought some batteries in my pocket prepared to see if this old thing was actually going to work. I went back to the Goodwill a few days before her birthday and tried it out. I put the batteries in and it gave the sound like the batteries were dead. Ya know what I mean? The mechanism was broken or it was clearly possessed by Ursula. I bought it anyway because I knew Liberty just liked how beautiful Ariel looked and wasn't even sure if she knew it was supposed to spin. I put it in her room and she discovered it a few days later. When I showed her the button that actually made her "spin" she was elated.....until I actually pushed it. She looked up at me with a distorted frightened look about her and I told her that feature didn't actually quite work. She didn't mind. She still thought she was simply beautious. She does push the button here and there and it makes the sound of a speaker kind of shorting out. I can't really explain. When she called Dana to thank her for the Ariel she told her, "Thank you for the Ariel. Jace can make her work really good but I can only make her fart."
Thursday, September 16, 2010
"Mom, can you get me a small towel that I maybe can get wet?" Levi shouts from the shower. "Sure, let me look and see if I have one," I reply. He leans out, "Mom, make sure it's small and soft. Are you sure you're ok if I get it wet?" I say, "Yes, Levi. It's called a washcloth. It's for the shower." He says, "It would be a good idea if we could leave it in here. I really need it to scrub my ears."
Friday, September 03, 2010
Thursday, September 02, 2010
She looked so cute! On the rides(which I could never capture) you could hear her giggling and screaming but you could just barely see these two puffballs of hair sticking out of the seat. One ride controller asked her, "How'd you like the ride?" She said, "I loved it! I almost laughed to death!"