Oh Maria, I can just imagine you taking the photograph. My kids think I am crazy for photographing a lot of things. I need to dust the house - most definitely. I promised to do it last week. I will try again this weekend.
LOL I think I will wash our budda hair. Lol Dusting ??? My Grandma Christian had a cleaning disorder and I never knew what dust was until my parents moved into a house of their own. Then that was one of my jobs. I like the saying "Dusting is a sign of a sick mind". I like the winged bat and if you can get him in a box, please send him to TN. He can guard my house any time. Peace
Hmmm... you remind me my chores for tomorrow.But, i don't carelss my dear Maria, coz we have to go cruisin. Join me & the other ladies on blog world §:-))Enjoy ur friday.//chie
Oh Maria you touched a very sensitive area for me: housecleaning!!! You see my house it big so I never stop doing something. Every year I make a list of what are the things I have to do before I put carpets on the floor. Then I start doing everything until 26 of October because that particular day it's my hubby's nameday and we have a big celebration with food, music, singing,dancing... Making a list is my solution for no stress! You don't know how relief I feel when I erase the works one by one!!!
Ahahaha!I knew it but you have a sense of humor!Yes, he is like a good child.I wanna say " good boy " to hime:) ahaha
lol indeed they do ;)
What a fun post - good laugh!!!Thanks for visiting my rabaul & Vietnam blogs so glad you enjoyed them I too have enjoyed looking at your great photos!!! Keep in touch!!!
HAHAHAHAHA!! brilliant post! very funny :^D
Lovely post, Buddha looks sparkling. Thanks for visiting me Maria, have a great weekend.
Hi Maria, they sure do, you dont want your buddha collecting dust do you, happy weekend, Hugs
Maria, that was fun - you made me laugh!Enjoy your weekend!/Katarina
Hello !Tu prends cela avec humour... C'est bien !
Maria, you have such a big sense of humor even when you have to clean!
Nice of you to see a funny side to cleaning, I always end up washing not dusting as you can never get rid of dust here in malta.
Please bring your duster to my house, and a budda with clean hair would be welcome too!
Cute.I think I look very much like this when I visit my hair dresser :-)
I love your sense of humor, Maria!
That is a totally neat picture! I'm going to show it to my 5 year old who haaaaaaates to have his hair washed!
Marie Reed, I hope it helps :)
this is a terrific photograph, love the water on his head.
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