Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Slightly OFF-Kilter

Brought to you today by the letter "O"
Jenny Matlock
Like the new arrangement on my kitchen shelf?
Do you see anything OUT of the ORDINARY? OFF kilter?  Look closer before proceeding to the next picture.
Lily made the frosting for Ben's cake. She must have been saving this tasty treat for when her pesky brothers weren't around.
I found it three days later.

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Linking to Jenny Matlock's Alphabe-Thursday today.

38 comments:

  1. I am laughing so hard! THAT is priceless :D

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  2. Ha ha ha! I didn't see it at first. That is so FUNNIE. With an "IE." Because I'm laughing that hard.

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  3. Too funny - I think it added a little feng shui to your mantle.

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  4. PS: I just added your blog to my blogroll because the dashboard is too many clicks away.

    Does that make me lazy?

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  5. Too cute! Smart cookie that Lily!

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  6. LOL, too funny. Although I'll admit it took me a while to figure what was off kilter ;-)

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  7. Don't you just love kids? That's pretty funny. She sounds like me, I hide my favorite treats from my kids all the time!

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  8. FUNNY! Kids are the coolest!

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  9. Now THAT'S funny! I don't think I've ever forgotten a knife loaded with frosting in my life. But I was never trying to hide it from anyone either. Thanks - that gave me a good laugh.

    And I love your little display. Gorgeous colors!

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  10. That is hysterical. Hey, she's a smart girl, she knows she's got to save the goods, lest they be eaten by the man cubs around there.

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  11. My son would do this. I am glad you noticed it.

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  12. That's classic!

    I love the name of your blog and the size of your family!

    And I'm eying those orange water pitchers with more than interest!!

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  13. Love the pictures!
    Happy Thursday!
    Mine is here
    hugs
    shakira

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  14. EEEEEWWWWWWWWW. But adorable! I might have been tempted to taste it..chocolate and I have a history!

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  15. Yum, yum.

    And she's already into food storage. Excellent!

    =)

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  16. What a hoot! I completely understand where she is coming from! Sometimes it's hard to be a sister!

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  17. how funny is that! do kids think we won't find stuff like that? Will had to re-do some math homework and didn't want me to see it...instead he hid it under the table. We will find it! Even if it's 3 days later!

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  18. Excellent post and I am glad I have encouraged you I am off to hit follow on your blog.

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  19. First, class, please welcome our new student to Alphabe-Thursday!

    And, oh what a fun student you are!

    I love this outrageously adorable stop on my little journey through Alphabe-Thursday's Letter "O"!

    Thanks for participating!

    A+

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  20. JEN. I'm HEAVING with laughter over your comment on my last post. Because....wait for it...I said that exact thing to the Bear word for word. VERBATIM. "Of course I didn't make it up - how do your read pronuciations in the dictionary?" He said, "What pronuciations?" And HE WAS RIGHT. There are none. Either we have the only dictionaries made before 1876 or they don't have that part of the entry over here. Everything is spinning. I need to lie down. I'm going to copy this and post it as an afterthought in that blog post because I feel I need to.
    PS: Funny you should say award. :)
    [cliff hanger music here]

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  21. I seriously need to stop leaving you epic comments. (((heaving with laughter))))

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  23. I spelled 'pronunciation' wrong TWICE. I will understand if you don't want me to visit your blog anymore.

    What a loser.

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  24. NICE! I am glad I am not the only mom who finds these little suprises around the house! So funny:)

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  25. The girls know to lick the spoon right away. As mom always finishes it off for them if they aren't quick enough. Love the orange.
    Dana

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  26. bet you had a good chuckle over that one! i sure did:)

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  27. that is classic! sure looks like yummy frosting though :)

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  28. That's lovely - did she get to eat tho????

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  29. That is precious and brought a laugh and smile to my lips. With three teenage boys, we know all about hiding treats for later.

    You have a lovely blog.

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  30. Sometimes you just have to hide food when there are a bunch of boys around...especially the good stuff!

    Does it make you wonder where other food might be hidden? :)

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  31. That was so sweet - thanks for the laugh! Best mantle arrangement I've seen in ages.

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  32. I love the orange fiesta and the hidden spatula is just a bonus........

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