Saturday, January 3, 2015

I do Promise you, I will NEVER CHANGE


Can you guess what this is in the photo above?

Can you guess what I did to it? and where I did it?

Remember.. Time you enjoyed wasting, was not wasted. This has to be true because John Lennon said it...  (answer is below)


The answer is... Toilet Tissue photographed and colored in PicMonkey.. JUST BECAUSE I noticed the butterflies on the tissue and thought, how pretty... I also wondered why all the pretty on Toilet Tissue.


Do you think a 9 month old baby who can't walk yet, should get an electric car for Christmas? or do you think below is the appropriate toy/toys: 

I saw our neighbor with the baby in the car, with the wheel turned and the electric car circling and circling and circling with the baby in it...
My personal opinion is that it is healthier for children to use their motor skills that to be motored.. 




24 comments:

Jo said...

OMW LOL!!! Sandra, you are the end! I just LOVE that you noticed butterflies on the toilet tissue paper and prettied it up even more. I agree that children should use their motor skills rather than have them motored for them by the parents. Great post. LUVYA-GALFRIEND! xxx

Ann said...

I recognized the TP right off and I'm very happy that you've promised not to change because I like you just the way you are.
I'm with you, children should use their motor skills.

DeniseinVA said...

Well you did the impossible, got me to smile before I am entirely awake. As for the baby in the electric car, I agree with you.

eileeninmd said...

You are so funny, I am not sure of I would have noticed a design on my toilet paper....I agree about letting the baby develop their own motor skills before the fancy toys are allowed. Have a happy weekend!

From the Kitchen said...

I agree with you about the baby toys! Now, I'm off to check out our toilet paper!!!!! Never a dull post when you're around.

Best,
Bonnie

Rebecca said...

Yup, I think that baby gift was over the top.

Madi and Mom said...

MOL MOL MS as soon as mom saw it she said TP. OH MY WORD...you and Picmonkey combined are geniuses!!
NO a motorized car IS NOT FOR any child under 2. Period Exclamation point!

Dang. what were the parents (not) thinking.
Hugs madi and mom

TexWisGirl said...

well, i guessed paper towel so i was close, anyway. you're goofy. :)

Cattails said...

I first thought paper towel. Love the pink and the butterfly. Sounds like maybe the dad wanted the elec. car!!!

DawnTreader said...

I do agree with you on the toys... Last summer or spring there was a small child in my neighbourhood who had a similar car - and even more annoying was that it played the same tune over and over again (even more annoying than an ice cream truck - and of course never moving ON, but just going round in circles in the yard...) Who are the parents that even get the IDEA?!

Karen Whittal said...

I must admit have some "views" on babies no dummies, no bouncers, no walking rings, and only age appropriate toys, movies.. i know call me
old fashioned

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I was thinking a napkin but I was wrong. I love what you did with the toilet tissue. No way a nine month old should have one of those cars!

SweetMarie said...

so glad you will not change! :) I did guess TP and you made is so pretty!
No baby should be in an electric car! Kyle had his second blue sports car when he was about five and it was electric, his first one was a blue race car bed lol and now he has his third blue ports car, but it runs on gas and we wish it was electric. haha

Ginny said...

YEOW!!! Your coloring skills are amazing! You must have used a teeny tiny little brush! The minute I saw the first picture, I knew it was toilet paper, because me and toilet paper have a very close relationship. But what a happy surprise to see what you did to it!! I agree about the baby and the little car. I think he should be accompanied at all times with an adult while he is on it, and only maybe twice a week.

A Quiet Corner said...

I agree with a baby using it's motor skills as opposed to being motored! Pretty TP...:)JP

Ruth Hiebert said...

You did a great job of painting the toilet tissue.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Yep, I thought that was tp! I agree with you about the little ones. I don't know what parents are thinking sometimes. I guess I'm an old fuddy-duddy.
Have a fun weekend!

Gail said...

I was going to guess napkin but at our house toilet paper can serve many uses.

No, a baby does not need an electric car.

Linda said...

I must buy CHEAP toilet paper!!!!

Eva Marie O'Brien said...

I agree with you on the toys!
I see you've been having fun again :)

EG CameraGirl said...

Oh yes, for sure John Lennon was correct! :))

Marie Flutterby said...

I knew it was butt wipe and I thought you colored it in the bathroom. lol

No, they should not be driving around in electric cars at that age they should be playing with other things, some times I wonder how impatient parents are to get their kids grown up already.

Let them their childhood to the fullest!

photowannabe said...

This whole blog makes me smile. Got the right answer TP and too young for an electric anything...

Deb said...

I love your creations