Saturday, March 21, 2009

A birds-eye view

Today was the first BBQ of the season. Trust me, neighbors, it won't be the last. For lunch, we went traditional American BBQ style - burgers, silly faces and flipping the bird. The BIRD?!! Ok, that's it! No more T.V. for Peter! Oh, that's right. Mama already took care of that and broke our T.V. In all fairness, Peter claims that he was only adjusting his glasses. I try the same excuse with Angie all the time, but I guess it only works if you're pint-size. I don't know why, though; he doesn't even wear glasses.

Did I mention that Angie broke our T.V.? If not, I should probably mention that Angie BROKE OUR FREAKIN' T.V.!!. At least it explains where Destructo Dave gets his 'gift'. In all fairness, the T.V. simply broke, but I still have my doubts as to whether Angie, with all of her soaps and suds, did not somehow contribute to the T.V. simply self-destructing.

In addition to rendering the television non-functional, Angie also managed to have her phone stolen while shopping by 'that cashier with the nose ring - I know it was her'. It's been an expensive week, to say the least. To say the most, I guess I would have to be glad that I did not let Angie cook this week. I mean, come on. A new T.V. and a new cell phone are already expensive enough; burning down the entire building would put a slight dent in my mood. Not to mention my wallet.

After flipping burgers (yes, pun intended), Sami took David down for a little one-on-one swinging.

I think David won, but in all fairness, Sami was not being pushed by an incredibly sexy blogger with a chest of hair and muscles that could crush a coconut. In all fairness, I should also state that Angie did find her phone. It was not stolen by some tattooed hellcat at the local grocery store. I found it in the car when I hit the brakes and it came sliding up under my foot.

For a change, it was not dark around dinner. Now, as every self-respecting blogger with a hairy six-pack knows, meals prepared before dark should be flame-broiled. Not being one to disappoint, I fired up the grill again and began preparing supper. This time, though, Peter gave me a thumbs up.
Ladder Talk:
1) What was the best part of your day?
Peter: When we was playing hide-n-seek and I tickled with David and he was laughing every time.
David: When Peter tickled me.

2) What was the worst part of your day?
Peter: When we couldn't don't to Dalia's.
David: When Dalia not come.

3) What would you like to do tomorrow?
Peter: To play with Dalia.
David: When I play with Tom babies.

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