Monday, May 18, 2009

What Are They Waiting For?

This is the bottom of our driveway.



And, these are our two hyperactive little tykes at the bottom of our driveway.



They're waiting. With GREAT anticipation!



Anyone wanna guess what they're waiting for?



I'll post the rest of the photos later today, or tomorrow - or whenever I can get a hot minute back on this here 'puter - at which point I'll also post the comments with your guesses. (I'll keep the comments hidden until then.)

Happy Monday mornin', mi amigos.

May your laundry piles look nothing like mine.

32 comments:

  1. The magical music playing truck (that happens to sell ice cream!!) at least that was the one thing that always kept me excited at the bottom of the driveway! ;)

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  2. Ice Cream Man.

    Do they have ice cream men in MI?

    Anyway, that's my guess.

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  3. i say they're waiting for daddy to come home with a puppy!

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  4. are they waiting for Daddy?

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  5. hmm...i'd have to say the Garbage Truck.

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  6. ice cream truck?

    that's what i would wait for at the end of my driveway cause it's hot here (105 yesterday).

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  7. my guess is they are waiting for Daddy!!

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  8. They got their dog!

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  9. A delivery or mail truck with a family souvenir from Disney??

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  10. I have several guesses but the one I will GO with is a school bus...

    but as a mother of a boy- the excitement would be equally great for any of the following:
    mail truck
    tractor
    dump truck
    or any vehicle carrying Daddy.

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  11. I'm guessing they're waiting for an ice cream truck.

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  12. I say they're waiting for Daddy....San

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  13. either A) the ice cream truck, B) their dad, or C) the Schmike fam

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  14. Hmmm - Are the waiting for Miss Ginger to come? The picture looks like it was taken in the morning, so I don't think they are wating for Jason to come home.
    PS - guess what I'm making tonight? Sarah's Empanadas!

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  15. the ice cream truck...that's what has me anxiously waiting at the end of OUR driveway! Or my kiddos watch anxiously for daddy to get home...or the UPS guy when they know a package is coming. :)

    And unfortunately I could probably rival your laundry piles...ugh! We had terribly flooding over the weekend...which resulted in my hubby and I spending some time in the pasture/stream repairing fencing...we had two little boy helpers too...oh, the mud, mud, mud!!!

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  16. my guess is their waiting for their daddy

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  17. I think they're waiting for the mailman. :)

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  18. Um, I will guess for Jason to come home with your new dog. :)
    May I be wrong. Love you!

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  19. Too cute. I'm guessing that they're waiting for Daddy to come home.

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  20. My guess is the ice cream truck. My 4 yr old has been pestering me about WHEN will it come??!! Finally heard ours two days ago, so now we'll wait for a hot & sticky day and make a run for it. PS. Sorely afraid my laundry pile looks a lot like yours. Especially after three days of gardening with two rowdy little boys!

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  21. I think they are waiting for family from out of town or friends coming over. I'm sure this will be good.

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  22. The "Rip-off Truck"????

    MB

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  23. I'm going to guess the garbage truck? I know my kids are mesmerized. Very cute.

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  24. They are either waiting for the new dog to arrive or for Mr Dave to come over and play. Oh wait, Mr Dave drives in from the other direction.

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  25. I think they are waiting for Dad to come home with a puppy.

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  26. OK, so I have 2 guesses. I don't think it's for Daddy, since I know which direction they're facing.

    So, maybe a dump truck. Or a school bus?

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  27. I bet they are waiting for the ice cream truck! ~I can just hear the music playing:)

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