And how about my little Pediatrician?
And how about my little Pediatrician?
he sets a trap and convinces me we WON'T see him again until he is dead. He told me mice don't want to be around people and was pretty sure that my shrill scared him far into hiding. Still determined to accomplish my tasks for the day, I entered the room again. I was a little leery, but I decided I could do this. I was standing in the door looking around and Jeff lifts up Savannah's white board and that furry little son of a gun ran out and ran into my foot (thank you Lord for telling me to put my tennis shoes on this morning) and then took back off toward Jeff. I lost it!! I ran out outside screaming and just broke down into full on sobs. It took Savannah several minutes and a lot of coaxing in the rain to even get me back in the house. I don't know what happened, but I snapped.
Jeff set more traps...
and I haven't stepped foot back in that room. After several hours, no mouse. We decided that maybe if we left, he would fall for the ole trap, so guess where we went....TO BUY MORE TRAPS! We were gone for about three hours and when we got home, NOTHING. Where is he? All I know is that he isn't dead! SO, I'm in the bed! Obviously, none of my animals are interested in finding that little critter so I'm gonna have to rely on the trap! Until then, SavyG and I are camping out in my bed.
Black & Blue. I think she is channeling her inner Goth. I have a little myself. I LOVE dark nails.
That is a rather LARGE custom upholstered Thomasville sofa tied on to the top of that Buick. Jeff was in the driveway texting the neighbors to look out the windows. They came over crying when this poor guy left.
I'm also disappointed to say that is the only picture from the entire weekend and Jeff took it with his phone. WE WERE SLAMMED packed with people here. We only had a small sampling of my clothes out in the garage. If they interested folks and were the right size, we just took them to the closet. HA. We didn't move the furniture out either, Jeff just brought people in the house. This place was wild. BUT, now it's over and it was WELL worth it. My cuz, Ashley, said I set a family yard sale $$ record. Let's just say my new kitchen is MORE than paid for. It's looking pretty empty around here.
The kiddos start school in the morning. They are excited and so are we. We didn't get to close on the new house Friday. It should be tomorrow, so tonight we were out running around trying to get last minute stuff for the week taken care of (it's gonna be a wild one). When we got home, we all had bags in our hands and Savannah got to the door (the door to the house INSIDE the garage) and there was a cotton mouth snake wrapped around the door knob. We ALL dropped our bags all over the garage and driveway and shit our pants and went screaming into the street. He slithered down the door frame and into an umbrella that was propped up on the wall by the door. Jeff drug it out into the street and he and one of our neighbors chopped him up with a shovel and an ax. That was one mad little snake! Well, he wasn't little, he was a probably just over 2 feet long. UMMM, can anyone tell me why he chose MY doorknob? THAT was NOT cool.
The trailer is on the truck, the stuff that can be moved to storage is in storage and we are waiting on signatures to load the rest of this stuff up and head out, OH and to finally rip out the kitchen wall!!! We are getting there. It just gets REAL exciting now. School starts in the morning and soccer practice starts Tuesday. Did I mention that Jeff is coaching an Under 10 Girls team AND and Under 12 Boys team? Oh yeah, I forgot that part, didn't I???? It's ok! I've been married to him for 13 years and I still don't know where he gets his crack. It must be the good stuff, though.