Thursday, September 3, 2009

Photo Story Friday: How To Infuriate Your Mother

What's the best way to upset your mother? Well first you need to have the proper materials at hand. Of course you need to use a chair to climb up to the top of the closet when your mother isn't looking and retrieve various mediums to use in the destruction of the kitchen.

Next you need to find the proper tools to use for the project. Once you have found everything that you need, simply dip in and the destruction begins.



Make sure you do a thorough job, covering all available surfaces



When simply dipping will no longer suffice, just dump and swirl.



Now when you are suddenly found out by your furious mother your only option is lie, lie like you've never lied before. Go ahead, tell her you never touched any paint, it was all your sister it will make her so happy.

But of course the most important part of any thorough job is to finish with clean up and leaving paint all over the cupboard, sink, faucett and floor. And don't forget to let your masterpiece dry completely BEFORE hanging it on the refrigerator door.


And that is a sure fire way to make your mother's blood boil.

For further instruction tune in next week. PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek

12 comments:

Lisa said...

Is it wrong that I'm over here secretly enjoying the fact I'm not the only one with these problems?? :-) Kind of looks fun, though. Cute shots.

Lisa

kaye said...

oh, those wonderfully creative, independent thinkers.

Emily said...

I love the wide-eyed "I'm caught!" look!

Kacey R. said...

So precious. That "I'm caught" look is CLASSIC!!!

And BTW, I did a TON of research on the new camera. I can't wait to use it. The best deal I found was online at Ritz Camera. It was $50 less than everywhere else + no sales tax + FREE shipping. After the $50 Off, and all of the other no tax & free shipping I saved over $100. Just FYI...and then I rationalized buying another lens. LOL I'm just sayin'.

Killlashandra said...

Beautiful messiness! Looks like a grand time with a lot of clean up. :)

Janae Skriner said...

I adore Izzy's evil face! Days like these are so frustrating, but they make for the best stories later!

Liza said...

Lol, my kids are experts!

Yummy-as-can-be

Gypsy Lala said...

The kids are so cute.

Ayie said...

Hi Heidi!

I only get to visit your blog on wednesdays so I will take the chance to see most of your posts today =)

were you infuriated with all their mess?

Michelle M. said...

That looks like painting in my house :) I always plan a bath afterwards.

Chris said...

Nice to see she's got that down -- it will serve her well later on...

Paula said...

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