It reminds me of something out of a Disney Movie. But the real question is, does it have an elevator?
Since, our elevator is has gone out so much lately, Angie and I have enlisted a new method of using it while she is here. We divide and conquer. This method insures that one of us is free to call for help if the other is to get stuck.
Now on to more family matters.
In a previous post you have learned how much I liked Cabbage Patch Kids as a little girl. What you don't know is that my brother Jon had one mission, to destroy the dolls or me, I'm not sure which or maybe both?
A few examples for you:
- Drilled holes in my birthday cake and filled them with salt and then ever so graciously and generously offered to frost the cake. Imaging our surprise when we bit into the cake!
- A gold fish was an invitation to see just how long a fish could survive in a pint of ice cream. Not long I assure you.
- Held a "cold" iron to my arm and was very surprised by my screams. Seemed he failed to notice that it had been used just moments before.
- Now, the best for last. I would walk into my room and switch the light on, only to find that he had attached all of my dolls to the fan blades and made sure the fan had been set to high speed. Duck and roll!!!
Well, it seems my children have accomplished what my brother attempted so many times.
No one is fessing up.
Much like my childhood.
Love you Jon.
Lastly, Angie got a shot of me, conducting a very important transaction in Paris.