Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Wordful Wednesday

Several of my blogging friends participate in Wordful Wednesday that is sponsored by Angie at 7 Clown Circus. Since my blogging brain has been slow lately I thought I would start posting pictures for Wordful Wednesday too even though I'm not quite sure how it works.

Stop by 7 Clown Circus and check out all the others posting pictures today!


Here I am in Germany, less than 2 years old. Looks like we’re out for a picnic and Marrla is standing around topless. She’s probably already started her daily exercise routine and look at me, doing my daily routine, eating. And, yes, that is a beer I have hugged to myself. Wonder what my parents were thinking? Probably thought it was all so very cute!

10 comments:

Tracy P. said...

Wow, that is so cute! Germany? Marrdy, you have a lot of history to get blogging about!

Glad you're back in business! :-)

Muthering Heights said...

It sure makes for a cute photo!

Christina said...

I have pics of me hugging beer/liquor bottles too!

nikkicrumpet said...

One topless chick and one toddler with a beer...gee it sounds like a fun family picnic lol.

And what happened to our team! GRRRR I was so mad at them last night. Now they're going to have to beat the best team in the NBA to move on. I think it's going to be a short playoff season for us :(

Adiel said...

This picture is awesome! I love it Marrdy!

Veggie Mom said...

Just adorable! And I LOVE the vintage B&W pic. All of mine are shot in this genre, too!

MC said...

Marrdy, I'm so glad you and Marrla both gave up the habit......Your's the beer and Marrla going topless. The eating part, well that's just part of being in our family and there's not much hope of giving that up. Chocolate especially!

Melissa B. said...

Marrdy, this is such a HOOT! I didn't adopt beer as a plaything until I was much, MUCH older!

Tulsi said...

That is so sad about your daughter feeling she had to leave the church to get away from a bad situation. Mikele had a situation like that last presidency but with my husband in the Bishopric he could kind of guide it. He didn't misuse his position because he is over the youth. He just kind of let the leaders know he girls aren't 4 year olds and you have to talk to teens differently so you don't chase them off. Besides the fact that families parent differently and some things the leaders felt were a big deal were not at our house. They wanted easy carbon copies of one girl. The other girls were great girls, but they were ordinary teenagers. I feel so strongly that the youth program is the most important in the church. If you loose one, it is sooooo hard to get them back. If they finish their years until they go to the college ward or get older they are pretty steady. Thanks for your support. I keep thinking I need to delete it before family members notice it.

Xazmin said...

What a neat picture. You sure are a cutie! The beer is hilarious!