Yes please do...
Reminds me of the (few) times I (may) have yelled at the kids as they were tracking mud into the house! I know better now .... (expecting quite an explanation, Sir)
Got rid of the carpet?
oh yeah, you are in trouble for the footprints on the good carpet for sure...i had to explain blue paint foot prints once...it was not pretty...
Good one Stafford - it's the small things that add up sometimes ;)
You might think it is important to keep knives, forks and spoons each in separate compartments too! IXL refuses to sort them and it drives me crazy!!!!
All of your clever rhymes definitely make up for any muddy tracks, left unnoticed. I love the playfulness. Thank you, Stafford. I enjoyed sharing this.
Nice one, Stafford.
Whimsical take as always, Stafford! And not forgetting your witticism and this time it rhymes all the way. Great!Hank
What a striking picture!
Ah, just went to Tess' site and discovered it's an M.C. Escher. I should have known.
Loved this :)
Because if you don't, your surely insane!
happy wife, happy wife?
It had that effect on me, too. Merry Christmas, Mr Stafford
You learned that lesson the hard way! Don’t ever bother to explain...the damage is done.
Muddy paw printsfrom our little PrinceI pausedAnd then laughedBecause there's always another dayFor a clean house........
My hubby's a stickler for shoes off at the door and things like that. His eyes go straight to your shoes the second you come in - so that's why I chose a family house near a park with muddy patches, small burn, grass cuttings every week and other things that bother him. It's the doggie do's that I go mad at mind you!
Good idea ; ) Hope the good feelings returned...
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