Saturday, April 21, 2007

Oh, Baby

19 comments:

EsLocura said...

that just cracks me up. Talk about parental revenge.

meno said...

heh, heh That's just evil!

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Eslocura and Meno,

I thought we needed a little comic relief around here.

Kate S said...

Horrifyingly funny. :)

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Kate,

Emphasis on the "horrifying."

Em said...

Without saying a word you had me laughing out loud!

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Em,

That's the best kind of laughter.

You have me smiling out loud.

Spider Girl said...

I know a wee baby who has cheerfully eaten garlic and sucked on lemons too, but I think even she refrains from the hot sauce.

goodthomas said...

Say, that looks a little like Billy Bardy, doesn't it? Damn fine actor.

Thanks for the smile. You are always so good at that.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Spider Girl,

Garlic and lemons... sounds like shrimp scampi without the shrimp. I don't think Gerber makes that one.

Thanks for coming by!

Thomas,

:<) :<) :<)

Sienna said...

That picture reminds me of going to my dear sister in laws, she has the salt in a sugar cannister and I am polite and get up and make everyone a cuppa when we call in to her, (so she doesn't have to) and put salt in everyones drinks!

Twice. (Okay I'm a slow learner)

Maree has banned me from bartender duties, but strewth, is it only me that thinks it a little odd the salt is in the sugar cannister?

Freaky baby there. :)

The boat up in Queensland, I have heard they think the guys fell overboard? so much like the Marie (Maria) Celeste, Bermuda Triangle stuff, hey?

Nothing touched for a couple of days, so they must have struck trouble and launched the dinghy...now the coastguard people are cutting back the search...that's the latest from this morn news, I am only just home and haven't heard anymore on that. If that was my son or husband I would want to keep searching for the dinghy...kind of doesn't add up though, wouldn't you leave a note or call the bases?

Strange stuff.

Pam...Hey, come on out (to Australia) I do think you would love it, we do have vastly different lives, Milpitas Pam is for sure coming out, she loves the animals and wide open spaces too, we will be in this spot 5 more years then somewhere near a bit more water (and less dust :) )

If our screenplay on our animated animal story gets off the ground and gets to movie premiere, you will all be invited and flown(or sailed?) out if you want...it will be fun. Australia really has so much contrast and the people are dags! Funny buggars, you will love it.

Pam

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Hey Pam,

Salt in a sugar bowl is just looking for trouble. Unless the drinks are Margaritas.

Thanks for the update on the ghost ship. I had the same thought, that it sounded like the Bermuda Triangle.

I can't believe they're cutting back on the search so soon. Unless they know something they're not telling until the families are notified.

It sure doesn't look good.

We would love to see Australia! I've been enchanted with the wildlife, especially, since childhood.

I wish you great good luck with your movie. If your photographic skills are a factor, it should be wonderfully successful. Please keep us posted on this.

Lone Grey Squirrel said...

Evil! Evil! Evil! I couldn't stop laughing.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Squirrel,

So you have found your way to a computer in your travels. Avoid the baby food, though.

Glad I could make you laugh.

Open Grove Claudia said...

EEEEKKKKK! To scary for me!

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Claudia,

Too UGLY for me.

Lex said...

Ha! Start 'em off right. We ain't raisin' no wusses.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Lex,

It's culinary sink or swim all the way.

CS said...

My younger son would probably have eaten this as a baby. He loves hot and spicy foods, always has. He even (at 10) likes black coffee.