Sunday, May 1, 2011

Our Classy Entryway Makeover: It Just Keeps Getting Better

Do you remember this picture?

It was one of my first Short Shots posted on October 29, 2010.

Yeah, that's a Nerf bullet on the large, second story window in our entryway.

Thank you, Max.


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This evening, after being home from our Spring Break vacation FOR NO MORE THAN TWO HOURS, I looked up and noticed that one of my buddies had updated the decor a bit.

Plastered to the entryway ceiling - two stories high - is an ooey, gooey, slimy, blue lizard from one of the boys' freshly unpacked Easter baskets.


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I mean, Who? HOW? When? WHY?

I have no idea.

How long will it be hangin' out on our ceiling?

It's been six hours.

Perhaps we should ask Mr. Nerf Bullet. It's been six months.

He's clearly goin' nowhere.

Welcome, all who enter here. Welcome to our lovely home.



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9 comments:

  1. that's awesome! our ceilings are just normal height, but we have 2 lizards prints left behind from the sticky, gooey, yucky lizards!!

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  2. There's good news! It won't rot and stink; and it makes a cool conversation starter.

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  3. Too funny! It looks like boys live there!

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  4. Join the club! :-) I've had one up on my vaulted family room ceiling for about a year and a half now!

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  5. We had one stuck on our high vaulted ceiling for forever too. Bummer of it is that those sticky guys leave a residue, so now that the lizard has fallen we have a lovely blue hue oil spot to remember him by.

    We have now banned those guys. :-)

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  6. I love it. It just proclaims, "BOYS LIVE HERE!"

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  7. LOL! I've got one of those entryways too and I appreciate the warning of what's to come! And I was simply worried about how to dust the entryway light...

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  8. When it fall just consider the remains to be a memory stain, bawhahahaha! I have my lovely down comforter with strawberry juice courtesy of Alicia who then named it, "The Memory Quilt" thank you very much! And she was in college so you have much to come my friend.

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  9. Ah, thank you for the laugh! ;) My first thought was, well, get an extension ladder... that's what I used to paint my in-laws entryway that is the same kind of height. But it was way scary up there! And yes, boys live there. It's awesome! :)

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