Thursday, August 16, 2007

I ca-an't hear you!

I deny it vehemently.

All I have to say is, "That's not my dog, I don't have a dog, my dog doesn't bite." *blowing a raspberry at Gluby*

7 comments:

Bishop Rick said...

Pretending to understand what the heck Lemon is talking about, Bishop Rick nods his head in agreement.

Lemon Blossom said...

Ha! Laughing is a great way to start the day, BR, especially when I have a full day of packing ahead. Thanks.

(I'm pretending to completely deny his OC accusation)

Cele said...

You guys are far too funny, and made for each other.

CV Rick said...

I read Gluby's post first and while I'm sidling toward the door and holding a box defensively in front of me, I side with him . . . 140 pieces organized perfectly by shape . . . that's a little OC.

JulieAnn Henneman said...

I think it's a beautiful thing. My cd's are alphabetical, my glasses are in a row, my spices are alphabetical (and organized according to size)...I get it. I totally get it. (I don't know if this makes anyone feel better--being understood by the crazy lady...)
:)

Lemon Blossom said...

Cele – :) I usually think so as well (the made for each other part). I love those funny moments. Life would be so dull without them!

CV Rick – How dare you say such a thing! *throwing the nearest dish pan* I can't believe it! *finding the nearest plate and throwing it as well* The nerve of some people! Hmph.

Julieann - I used to looove spending my Saturday's re-alphabetizing/sizing my bookshelf for years. Now I just have waaay too much crap to do that. Though I do love having things organized. If only it would stay that way. Maybe if I get rid of the kids and Gluby....

And I am glad to be understood. And I don't think you are crazy! :)

Bishop Rick said...

Ok, let's see. 3 hours organizing a single box vs. meticulously stacking 80-140 train pieces by shape and curvature...thinking...this is easy, Gluby is obviously the worse OC exhibitor.