Sunday, October 25, 2009

Puzzle Salvaged! All is Well!


The hot chocolate dried on the puzzle and I was able to put it all back together.  We thought there was a piece missing but it was underneath the puzzle so it’s all done!

Friday, October 23, 2009

Kasey and the Camera

Kasey loves to get my camera and take pictures. It’s really funny the pictures he takes too.

This was at our insurance agent’s office, got a picture of the speaker at the ceiling.


Someone’s arm, probably mine.CIMG2574

This was a dish that was outside. Mark and Kasey went to the little store and bought a dog dish that had candy in it shaped like dog food. Didn’t seem very appealing to me.


This is Kasey’s little magnetic holder for nails. He takes the board outside and hammers the nails into the board, into the sidewalk cracks, into the grass, just about whatever he can find to nail, he’ll try it. There’s his foot, finger and the string of the camera.


His little bikes and riding toys.


Green plants.


The sky.


Yellow flowers.


Blue flowers.


His dirty croc and his feet.


This is either his other shoe or he turned the shoe on its side so he could get a side view picture.


His feet on the stairs.


Bathroom drawer door pull.


Messy bathroom sink and faucet.


There were some other pictures that I didn’t put in here, all of me unflattering, like me in my nightgown, my butt, head shots! I deleted all those off the camera.

1000 piece puzzle ends in Hot Chocolate Disaster!

Well, this was the next puzzle I was working on:


Well, I had probably 3/4 of it done, it was 1000 pieces, the first I had ever attempted.  Little sweet Kasey decided he wanted hot chocolate so I had a little crayon thermos and I mixed it in that and let him pour it into the lid (I know, you mothers out there are saying, that was your first mistake).  Well, he was at the dining room table where I was working on the puzzle and yes, you know exactly what he did.  He spilled it all over my puzzle.


See the hot chocolate how it soaked all under the puzzle.


More of it.


Now what to do with it?  I am going to let it dry out and see what happens.  I wanted to cry.  I know everyone thinks it’s funny out there is blog land, right? 

This was one of the puzzles I bought at the flea market for $1 so I guess I can’t complain too much.  If I had paid $15, I would have been more upset. 


Wyland Puzzle

I bought this puzzle a long time ago before I ever did puzzles.  I started putting it together, but the pieces were really weird shapes and hard to put together.  So I conned Mark into finishing it and he got it done!