I think your plant, now called Helen, is beginning to suffer from Stockholm syndrome. I distinctly heard it purring as I stroked its leaves by the fire last night.
Ps, on our daily drive by of your home, we noticed that you have now left out one BBQ and some patio chairs. We feel like we should have waited a day.
Perhaps you will be untwerped one day soon. But to be honest it sound like 'helen' has landed lucky.Sounds like your plantknapper may suffer from tinnitus. That should help narrow the field a bit......
My god, man! What kind of people do you run with?!!!
@plantknappers Helen? I approve. Fire? I do not approve. What are you doing to her?!@Alistair Very good detective work. I really think you should have your own show.
I totally have tinnitus. I told you not to contact the authorities, DBS!! Now they're onto me.PS, I am not convinced that the cinnamon buns I am attempting to make for the arranged drop off are going to turn out. They seem flat. looks like it might be another case of uglybread.
Your plantknappers are providing cinnamon buns for the exchange?
Goofiness is highly underrated.
Thanks for the visit. Your daughter scared me. I saw a flash forward of Libby. Having a ridiculously gorgeous teenaged daughter is hands down my biggest fear in the world.
@DM We're ghetto.@plantknappers Nothing flat about them. I think my son ate three right? Thanks again.@VinnyC Cool,eh? I bet your plantknappers don't do that.@DSWS Yup, our plantknappers make me laugh too.@AC Very well said.@Chelle We loved seeing you and Neil and your adorable daughter too. Libby is quite a beauty already so yes, be afraid (get prepared), but remember, contact us whenever you need too during those teenager years. It has been very challenging for us sometimes. We don't really have any wisdom but we will listen.
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