One Man's thoughts, rants, and mumblings on family, life, and baseball.
Hey Ted,Thanks for taking the time to post this blog today!!! It really made my day!!!LOVE THE BUCKET BANG!!!!
JMP.Who doesn't love the Bucket Bang?::falls into bed::
i heard that movie was based on the dalton gang
The last two mornings, we've had fights with Stephanie about one thing or another. Wednesday, she ruined my wife's birthday by insisting that she needed to go to the doctor because her ankle hurt. I think the kid has Munchausen's. Seriously. She's obsessed with going to the doctor. Yesterday morning, I got home from work and they were fighting about taking a shower. I swear, the kid would never take one if we would let her get away with it. And it's not really about taking the shower, you know...it's all about control. I threatened her with a rolled up newspaper. I don't think you can really hurt someone with a rolled up newspaper can you??All that to say...I sympathize completely with you, man! In my house, it's ME doing the bucket bang.
Tex, I'm thinking about suing them for taking parts of our life and putting it to film.Bickley, a rolled up newspaper would be laughed at here. I'm seriously thinking about a cue ball in a sock or a pair of brass knuckles. Keep the Fair, Bickley. And buy a punching bag to work all the stress out.
I think just about every dad can relate to something in Parenthood. I'm either the guy with the little girl wrapped around his leg or the guy going aggro on the pinata.I totally forgot Keanu "I am an FBI agent" Reeves was in that! Tee hee! (what a dink)
I think you're right, Redbeard. At one time or another, we're all sort of like Steve Martin in that movie. The scene where the little girl throws up? Me times 3.
uncle ted!! i'm back to attempt the blogging world...this time as myself....not an old lady with a twin sister!! :)
Court, where in the world have you been? And please keep the Golden Girls or whatever you called them retired. ;)How is everyone? I haven't talked to them in forever.
Well atleast your kids didn't set a flyer on fire at 3AM, causing people to wake up on a dorm floor...oh wait, I was sane at home. Could be worse...I guess?
Krystle, it could always be worse.
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