She even had a pattern. Purple ... pink ... purple... you get the idea. then I had to wash it off.
Later, she wanted to do it again. This time she wanted toes, too.
She added more colors. Not sure I liked the color scheme, but oh well - in for a penny, in for a pound.
Then she moved to my arm. The Right arm:
I told her I didn't want a completely GREEN arm. So she switched to blue. Sigh.
She was only half interested in the left arm:
I added the blue lines as an example. "If she'd have used designs..."
Mini-Me freaked out quite a bit over the entire deal. "MOM! She's drawing on you!"
I had my lap top in my lap, I guess she didn't think I could feel it.
Bubbles sat next to me and grinned. Then reached up and scribbled on my forehead.
It was so fast and quick All I could was laugh.
Telling her "no" and laughing at the same time makes my 'no' completely unbelievable.
which is why there's more than one color.
She also got my chin and cheek and chest. (Darn V-neck t-shirt!)
My mom came by that day. Stopped cold at the door to ask, "Did you fall asleep and Bubbles get you with the markers?"
I went willingly. No sneak attack necessary.
I apparently left it on my skin for too long, though. It took a few showers to get the tint to finally go away.
Since Jane is a genius and I was ordering something from Amazon.com anyway, I included the book in my order.
I'm amused by the book itself -- but really - I'm amused by the size.
I have really small hands. Just so you know.
The Tile is exactly 13inches across. The feet belong to G-man and Mini-Me:
Mostly, I"m amused at the story.
Jane is a genius.
I am now free of marker dye.
It'll probably happen again.
and that's okay with me.