Sunday, February 12, 2006

Bits and Pieces

My dad is a Republican. I'm working on him, though. I really think he's an un-enlightened Democrat...all he needs is some gentle prodding from me and he'll figure it out.

So we were talking about politics this weekend, and usually our political discussions devolve into a volley of low blows and sarcastic exaggerations within minutes of having been started. Here is how the conversation ended...

Me: Republicans are just not as close to nirvana as Democrats are.
Dad: One thing is for sure, you are really getting on MY nirvana!


In other news, I had a nice day yesterday. I finally mopped the kitchen floor - something that I've been wanting to do for a few weeks now. You have to understand that this is a monumental task for me. It requires moving furniture, pulling up rugs, and mopping at least twice with two buckets of clean soapy water. This is not only due to the fact that I have an irrational germ phobia, but also because this floor has a coating of grease on it from years of not being mopped. I'm working down to the real linoleum. And the fact that I felt this was a blog-worthy topic should be a testament to how important mopping is to me, and also how severe my OCD is!

To wrap this post up, here are some funny Isaac-isms for your daily comic relief:

Instead of flushing the toilet, Isaac "reloads the toilet."

Yesterday Isaac pointed out the playground bully and "his assistants" when we saw them at school.

Thursday at school, Isaac hit one of his friends. His excuse? "My brain made me do it!"

Isaac is building an Egyptian sarcophagus with his grandma on the weekends. It's about 2 feet long and quite elaborate. He has been thinking about what to put inside...one day as he was leaving grandma's house, he looked up excitedly and said, "How about the cat? We could mummify the cat! It would fit just right!"

I love this age.

2 comments:

Anna said...

oh my god... the poor mumified cat really saved my evening. hey, your son's really got talent, he might consider a career as a stand-up comedian.

PEM said...

Oh no...not Pickles! Or..was it Kautsie? Well, as long as my cat remaines un-mumified, I'm okay with it. :)