Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Midnight




This is what i find last night at midnight....The kids playing Pokemon cards in the closet on the top of their shelves...I am not kidding! How funny is that!


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14 comments:

mle said...

what good little shelf testers they are!! : )

Andrea said...

Hey, at least you know they are sturdy! And Pokemon cards?!?!? They still have those?!?!?

Julie Harward said...

LOL...looks like they were a bit surprised to see mom! Cute :D

alissa4illustration said...

Little rebel's.

It's me said...

Life is good................to live by you..........

Blondie's Journal said...

How cute!! I wish my closet shelves were that neat!

xoxo
Jane

Debby said...

So cute and so busted, hah. Good thing you always have your camera.
Thanks for your comment yesterday. Life can be confusing. I am hoping that I can stay at home and work, I think that is really what I want to do. Thanks.

Cielo Azul Jewelry said...

That is so funny! I'm glad they weren't eating cookies up there=0)

xoxo,
Carol

Denise said...

Welllll, THAT gives the word "repurposing" a new meaning:)
The "secret clubhouse" has gone public....LOL
Happy Tuesday!

Meg O. said...

That is hilarious! Reminds me of when I used to hide in my closet to talk on the phone to my friends.... lol.

Haupi said...

How tempting is that huge bright closet with all those big empty shelves (uh oh what did they do with your stuff?) that are so high up. What a great place to play Pokemon. I completely understand. Great picture, ha! ha! ha! I enjoyed seeing this. "Hey kids!"

Haupi
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momof3girls said...

cute picture! I know we are on summer hours at my house - I'm not sure who will have the hardest time when school starts back up -me or the kids!

Busy Working Mama said...

Rascals! Don't they look like their having fun, though :)

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