Well there's one way to scare the crap out of me.

This is what I found on my entryway bookshelf last night. Just sitting there at eye level. A wig. A really creepy wig. Oh, for no reason at all.

And that pretty much sums up life with Nate.


Blogger Unknown said...

omg - that is horrifying! LOL but kinda funny :)


5/19/09, 7:39 AM  
Anonymous egm said...

I think I might have nightmares after that one. Yikes!

5/19/09, 8:54 AM  
Blogger urbaNiche said...

just stumbled upon your blog and enjoying it thoroughly...working on reviving my once living blog at the moment. and also struggling to keep the Mommy-Me and the old Me all intact...lets see where that takes me :)
keep blogging and drop by sometime

5/19/09, 9:21 AM  
Blogger Wicked Step Mom said...

LOL.. Look on the bright side, it could have been a dirty diaper or a giant clown.

5/19/09, 9:39 AM  
Anonymous Rebecca said...

Oh, this made me laugh out loud. And I needed that today, thanks :)

5/19/09, 10:22 AM  
Anonymous beyond said...

i'm so relieved. it could have been a dead rodent. or a live one.

5/19/09, 10:32 AM  
Blogger J said...

ACK! I thought it was a new pet.

5/19/09, 11:12 AM  
Blogger Mahlers On Safari said...

That's the trouble with Tribbles.

5/19/09, 11:44 AM  
Blogger Modern Day NYC Mom said...

Just wondering. What exactly did you think the wig was?

5/19/09, 12:14 PM  
Anonymous Sarah @ BecomingSarah.com said...

That'd freak me out a little too...lol

5/19/09, 12:20 PM  
Blogger Mom101 said...

@modern day nyc mom

Oh, just a wig. For no reason. He has things like that lying around from his sketch comedy days. When I ask him to get rid of them he says he might need them on day. "For costumes."


5/19/09, 12:23 PM  
Blogger Jenny Grace said...

Gah! That still looks terrifying even after I KNOW it's a wig.

5/19/09, 12:32 PM  
Blogger Midwest Mom said...

Okay... I keep looking at that thing to see if it will move.


5/19/09, 12:43 PM  
Blogger Kami said...

Last night when I went up to bed, I was faced with my husband stretched out reading a book, and lying next to him, he'd propped up Sosi, my son's a-little-too-life-like baby doll, who was also "reading" a book. I almost peed in my pants. But a wig could've been funny too!

5/19/09, 1:15 PM  
Anonymous Ree said...

I wondered where I left that! ;-)

5/19/09, 3:30 PM  
Blogger Lady Mama said...

I probably would've taken a bat to it, just in case.

5/19/09, 3:36 PM  
Blogger DKC said...

I am laughing so hard at that! That does not look like a fun wig - 'cause I love a good wig!

5/19/09, 4:54 PM  
Anonymous Boston Mamas said...

So what exactly does that chef/cooking school gig require him to do??? :-) -Christine

5/20/09, 8:48 PM  
Blogger Jomama said...

Ok, so I am nosy and had to check out the books BEHIND the wig. I am *DELIGHTED* to see Stones from the River by Ursula Hegi--one of my ALL TIME FAVORITE books! Did you enjoy it?

5/20/09, 11:53 PM  
Blogger josetteplank.com said...

Yes. Definitely a Tribble. You Trekky, you.

5/21/09, 9:05 AM  
Blogger Gray Matter Matters said...

That is horrifying!

You bought the Seinfeld book?

5/21/09, 4:33 PM  
Blogger Mom101 said...

Re bookshelf:

GMM: the BFF bought me that one in 92 or whatever when I was going in for surgery and thought I needed a laugh. It was very cool of her.

Jomama, I'm embarrassed to say that Stones from the River is one that my mom gave me that I never actually read. But I will one day. I swear!

5/21/09, 4:41 PM  
Blogger erin said...

Ah, yes...I get that kind of crap all the time. And, while the hubby does it unknowingly, the 4-year-old has joined in, completely conscious of what he's doing...he decided to purchase a giant plastic spider at the Dollar Spot at Target last week just because he knew it would creep me out...

5/22/09, 12:04 AM  

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