Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Random Tuesday: Um...

Connor: Daddy, how did you fertilize mommy?
Me: Um....

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I love disaster movies. We've only had one trailer out for this movie in North America so this is a new one from Japan. Even if this movie sucks, the trailers are great.




Remember when Twitter was cool?


Supreme Leader: Liam, come here and I'll wipe your boogers for you.
Liam: That's ok, mommy, I pushed it back in.

Vodka Mom and I worked on a post over at Lost and Found in India this weekend. While we were busy emailing back and forth I may have forgotten something...

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If you didn't read our post, have a look.

missed connections - I have absolutely no idea what this means. I wrote it on a sticky for a random Tuesday thought but I guess it was a little too random.

Wait, wait, wait. Now I remember what it was. Missed Connections, the blog. It's by an artist named Sophie Blackall. She takes random (like the tie in?) moments of day to day life and paints a picture of them. It's great work. If you get the chance, click this link to see the intro page to her personal website. You need sound, so if you're at work, don't bother, you'll miss the magic.

Now I've probably got a couple of my artist readers upset because I've never pimped them. Um... well you've got a point there. But I'd be happy to if you liked.

Alright, get off my lawn. Go mill about on hers.

42 comments:

  1. Little Liam's pretty quick on the uptake, eh?

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  2. ummm we have had many a breakfast like that! LOL

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  3. Liam is a hoot..

    And that is just how I like my food...the kids know where to go when they "burn" something.
    xx

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  4. Dude. You're lucky you didn't set the place on fire. Better check the batteries in the smoke detector.

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  5. That Sophie is really talented!

    Liam AND Connor are a hoot!

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  6. I am off to see the site you so highly recommend!

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  7. I wish I were an artist so you could pimp me.

    I think.

    Ellie

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  8. Sophie's site is hella cool! Speaking of disaster movies, are you going to see The Road. Post-apocalyptic story (with awesome destruction scenes)... filmed in my hometown. The director said it made for the perfect backdrop.

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  9. Connor's question can be answered with one of those "Allow me to demonstrate" responses.

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  10. This is why you should never cook and blog. Or drink and blog. Or drive and blog. Well, you get the idea.

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  11. Yeah, can you like, go over to my place and clean up the crap????

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  12. Love the kid comments! Eh...I knew there was a reason that I don't Twitter. Other than I'm not a twit.
    I mentioned you in my RTT this week.

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  13. The latest preview we saw of 2012 was the one where it is the government talking about the end of the world and their effort to save humanity via lottery...yeah, the question I got after that from my oldest son "Mom, when is the end of the world? Will I still have to go to school?" Yeah, gotta love those realistic commercial/ previews

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  14. Sometimes, I wish Sprite would push her boogers back in. Instead, she just wipes them on my shirt for me to find later..

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  15. Fertilize? Is that what kids are calling it these days?:)

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  16. Thank GOD my kids don't know about fertilization yet. Caroline thinks babies are willed into existence. And I'm OK with that.

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  17. I guess there is no better place for boogers than back in your nose!

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  18. At least he pushed him back in instead of pulling them out and putting him back into his body via a different orifice. Jus' sayin'

    Those look like YUMMY pancakes. Can we come over?

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  19. Thanks for the linky to Missed Connections. Interesting......

    Yes, I'm thinking Twitter is just no longer the way to go....and yet I still tweet. Go figure.

    And, Liam? For the love of Pete----stop pushing yer boogers back in yer head son! It just ain't right......LMAO!

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  20. It's a good thing your pretty, cause your cooking skills SUCK! lol
    your blogs seem to have alot to do with boogers lately??

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  21. If I ever come up to your area, you and the fam can take me out for food. I won't be partaking of your cooking.

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  22. So you can shove them back up in there and not have to worry about them anymore? Does the same work for kids?

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  23. Connor and Indy would get along well. Read this post to see what I mean: http://myheelsarehigherthanyours.blogspot.com/2009/05/friday-funnies.html

    Great RTT.

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  24. "Pushed them back in" - I'm tittering here (not twittering).

    The answer I would have gotten from my kid is, "That's alright. I already whiped them on my shirt." Does the child not know what a tissue is for?!?!?!?!?!

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  25. Liam is a funny feller. I guess some people would consider pushing boogers back in as a better move than picking your nose.

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  26. It's amazing such a small sentence from Connor can produce so much silence!

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  27. Blogging and cooking are not compatible. Really blogging can't be done with any distractions whatsoever.

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  28. Liam needs a little Shrek, "Better out than in, I always say." They'll just come back to haunt you later.

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  29. Hey...all those pancakes need is some butter and syrup to soften them up. Just a few gallons or so and an hour of soaking should do it.

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  30. Ah pancakes. Those look, umm, ...good?

    When you decide on the fertilizer answer let me know. For now I'd go with....ummm. Yeah.

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  31. Laughed out loud about the pancakes! Off to check out the artist...

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  32. Re your comment on the link I left you: but think of the blog fodder we'd have! We would NEVER run out of things to talk about.

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  33. Dude...those are some REALLY done pancakes...

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  34. So how exactly DID you fertilize mommy, hmmm? Don't tell me the pancakes were involved.

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  35. I never thought Twitter was twitterific. I somewhat think it's for narsistic people---cause does anyone really need to know what you do all day, ALL day, every day? No.

    Boogers and fertilizing humans and pancakes...oh my...

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  36. Yes, I've seen her link before and love it. Great fun.
    Bring on the random. I love it!

    More, more, more!

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  37. we cook breakfast? dang glad mine is in college as we go and have coffee most mornings with the ol men at the coffee shop
    gotta keep up with local news ya know

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  38. LMAO at the booger comment -- I pushed it back in! Classic!

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  39. Haaaa! I am totally going to ask my Dad how he fertilized Mommy...my Dad is 64...he should love that...

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  40. Your random posts make me giggle, people at work think I'm crayzee!!!

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Come on, sailor. I love you long time.