Tuesday, March 22, 2011

eeee gads.

call it murphy's law...
call it tempting fate...
call it jinxing...

call it margo.

maybe i should have knocked on some wood when i told tony that the upside to our children growing up is that we can have our pretties out again.  in this case the pretties are apothecary jars,  a pair of bell jars and little glass candle holders that i have lined up on the window sill--- just a whole lotta sparkle to behold as we eat our dinner each night.

did you know that an eighty-eight pound pooch doesn't even startle when they jump up at the window in a moment of jealousy and crash through four apothecary jars, one bell jar whose mate is now so lonely and three more candle holders?

3 comments:

Bella Mente said...

1st of all: what does eee gads mean? One of my cousins used to always say that in place of OMG sort of thing... lol

2nd- OH NO! :( Those things were soo cool! Not to fuel the flame or anything..

Anonymous said...

jealous?

Mimi said...

Lexi- you were right on the money when you said eee gads means something like oh no! saying that was way better than what was in my head and Duke is my brother's dog. He was here for a little while when they went on vacation. Oh margo!