Wordless Wednesday: A Romantic Interlude

It all began with a shower.  A peaceful, hot winter shower.  If you have been reading this blog, you’ll know that a lot lf my problems begin with me thinking I can go and take a shower. For some reason, although a theory proven to be untrue every time, I still believe my children will behave themselves while I’m washing up.  By children, I mean the two year old mob boss living in my home. 

Valentine’s Day was no different.  I hoped in the shower and it was lovely and uneventful.  I got dressed, finished my hair and makeup, accessorized, all the while thinking my two year old was playing with his trains in his bedroom.  After I was finished getting ready for my day, I came down stairs for my coffee and found a romantic interlude for two.  Just like in the soap operas.
It was more like a St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.  My two year old climbed up on the dining room table, knocked over a vase full of roses, plucked all their petals out and left the carnage for mommy to fine.

Happy Valentine’s Day!!
I should mention that while I was in the shower Levi did appear in the doorway with a rose stem.  Odd but yet again, not enough to make me end my shower early.  When, oh when, will I learn?
I don’t think anything will ever trump a quiet, hot winter shower……barring certain injury.
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2 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: A Romantic Interlude

  1. I schedule showers. I'm not even kidding. Showers must occur before Daddy leaves for work in the morning (before 6:15 a.m.) or when I can count on my 10 yr. old to be awake and attentive to the 2 yr. old. Even then, I leave the bathroom door open so I can listen. Cold? Yes — but “soapy Mommy” has stopped many a disaster from occurring when something didn't sound quite right out there. HA!

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