Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Inevitable...

It was inevitable I guess. One day, I knew I'd end up in the funny papers. :-)
It finally happened.
Juggling Paynes held a contest and I won!!!
Not just me - there are others, too.
but

Go See!!

And while you're there you can check out her other comics!

Thanks Cristina!

6 comments:

Halfmoon Girl said...

That was really cute. I sure could relate.

Debbie said...

Congrats! I have often joked with my friends about this very subject and even posted about it, once. How about ALL of their fingers and toes pushed under the door All at once, while trying to get in!!!

TobyBo said...

well, now. Seems you have had your 15 minutes of fame. :)

Melanie said...

That is so funny! Even though I don't homeschool (yet) I do have a toddler who must be with me each and every second of the day.

Holly (applesofgold) said...

Hey you! This was so cute-and so very true. Congrats to you on being in the funnies.
I just wanted to let you know (after reading your comment at my blog) that I grew up in the suburbs until 6th grade. Our main buiding mediums were refridgerator boxes-we made draw-bridge doors for them & windows, etc. They were castles, dungeons, houses, boats, etc.
And any tree was fair game. One summer, my stepdad brought home huge wooden slat crates that he helped us create into fantastic things-we could crawl thru them, jump off them into another one filled with straw, etc. They were our huge building blocks-about 4 ft wide by 4 ft wide & 4 ft deep. We probably had the worst looking back yard, but all the kids on our block came to play since we were allowed to create in it and mom didn't care about landscaping & lawn getting messed up. My poor mother-there were sunflowers & corn stalks growing all over-in random places-that had to be mowed around-not over. LOL And we thought she was mean to make us stay outside-even though she'd let all our friends come over & even set out cups & a pitcher of water & crackers.
If we lived in the suburbs now, we'd probably have a big pile of old lumber for the kids to build with, too-just like now. I hope this encourages you-boys can be builders in the suburbs, too!
Love, Holly

Our Peculiar Life said...

That's awesome!!!!! I SOOO relate!! LOL!