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Friday, November 7, 2008

Ledbetter Lunacy, Part Deux

Yes, dear blog buds, it's Friday, and according to my newly minted schedule, it's time for your TGIF treataroni!




~~shrill flute music & cymbals crashing~~



LEDBETTER LUNACY!


So without further ado, and for your reading enjoyment, awayyyy we go to installment #2,


"A Little Problem at Preschool"...






















The End (until next Friday)!

21 comments:

Terri Tiffany said...

LOL!!! I loved this!! You poor mom--you really had that many kids so fast--and you are alive to tell the story!! I had one and stopped--

Anonymous said...

He probably forget all about it, knowing him. Seems he turned out pretty well anyway.
Oren

Kathryn Magendie said...

I'll go kick that little girl's momma's ass for raisin' up a mean ass little girl go pickin on dat boy.....erggghhhhhhhhh! Retroactive ass kickin' allowed.

Word Verification of the day: menjo

WendyCinNYC said...

Wow, Court Jester seems pretty controlled for a preschooler! You should be proud, Castle Wench.

Angie Ledbetter said...

LOL, thanks, gang. These are so fun to do. Me and my "drawerings." Got so carried away, I forgot to title today's post!

Ang said...

*Laughing til it hurts.* It takes a disciplined preschooler to control that type of situation--way to go Castle Wench.

Mrs Parks said...

I Love Fridays!!!

Barbara said...

I loved this!! You should turn it into a children's book!!

Ms. B1tch said...

Ms. B1tch says that little girl needs a swift kick in the rear end ...and no cake for dessert...

now ms b wants cake....

bye
off to find cake

kimmirich said...

Ohh, this is too cute, angie. Thank you and it def needs to be put in a book!! SaHWeet!!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Thanks, Ang. They took their little Lenten sacrifices seriously back in the day. :)

Mrs. Parks, I'm pretty fond of TGIFs too. Hope yours is a grand one.

Hehe, and thank you, Barbara.

Ms. B, please have a slice for me. And thanks for visiting.

Glad you likey, Kim! :)

colbymarshall said...

Haha- you should put this together and give to family members as Christmas presents!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Colb, if i did that, I might get a pine box and a long dirt nap because they don't know of my little project yet. *snark*

Melissa Marsh said...

LOVE it, Angie!

Small Footprints said...

This was the perfect way to start the weekend. Loved installment #2. Can't wait for the revenge of Court Jester. :)

Have a great weekend!

Small Footprints
http://reducefootprints.blogspot.com

Angie Ledbetter said...

Melissa, that makes me happy. It's such fun and a very therapeutic to draw. Just wish I was a better artist, but we do what we can. :)

Thanks, Small! Sorry to report he never got his revenge against the mean little girl, but I guess he got stars in his heavenly crown. LOL

thedomesticfringe said...

LOL! How clever. That was a great post!

Rachel Burton said...

Ha! You really should do something with this - it's really fun!

Angie Ledbetter said...

TDF, glad you likey!

Rachel, I recommend it to everyone. As you can tell, no real artistic ability is required. :)

GardenAuthor said...

I'm still laughing! Like everyone else, I'll be eagerly anticipating each installment. This is fun - sort a children's book for adults! /Deb

Angie Ledbetter said...

Thanks, Deb! :) *smiling big*

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