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LOL - well it sound like (at least with Ringo) you won't get hit with the first year "I'm all grown up" phase. That's when they go away to school, can do what they want when they want, when they get home, they want to continue in the same vein... Why not? You mean you need more than 15 minutes notice whether or not I'll be home for dinner??? You mean I should call you if I'm going to be out late??? What do you mean you are worried I might be in a car accident???

That drove me nuts with my kids.

Garbage memory - I told my kids I blamed it all on them. My memory was fine when all I had to do was worry about my own stuff, once I had to worry about mine plus theirs... the system broke. ;)

Posted by Teresa at December 11, 2013 04:18 PM

Inquiring minds want to know: did the "cross" have casters on it to make it easier to "drag"?

It could be the same young man that graced our city 20+ years ago. My brother mentioned his appearance in your capitol city back a bit, so he may have moved to a "somewhat" warmer climate.

Its been enough years that he would be balding by now.

Now if he had dark hair and looked somewhat goofy, it might have been my college roommate. (I had all kinds.)

Posted by The Thomas at December 11, 2013 04:29 PM

And ... did you try silicone caulk to glue the antlers to the window?

You wouldn't lose them that way and the caulk peels off when the season is over.

Posted by The Thomas at December 11, 2013 04:31 PM

Teresa- Nope! He's not at all! I will say, I didn't miss someone strolling in at 1AM. Ugh.

Thomas- It did not appear to! In The Prince of Tides, the grandfather added wheels to his cross.

I know the guy you're talking about. I think this guy looked too young. This guy was bald because he shaved his head.

I hadn't thought about silicone to my window...

Posted by Bou at December 11, 2013 10:23 PM

The guy we had up here, a street preacher (loud), built his cross out of 4x4s.

He needed casters because he didn't have Simon of Cyrene to help him drag it around.

Forty pounds of wood doesn't seem like much until you've dragged it around for a while.

Posted by The Thomas at December 11, 2013 11:52 PM