Saturday, July 26, 2008

Charlie's Art

All in a day's work...

Has anyone seen a red crayon lying around? I have a feeling there is more where this came from. This is Charlie saying, "NO, NO, NO!" How ironic...

Do I even need to ask if anyone has seen a black crayon lying around?

I think it is worth noting that this all happened while I was trying to solve our zucchini problem and making yet another double batch of zucchini bread. We may think twice about planting zucchini next year.
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7 comments:

Aprilyn said...

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser gets crayon off the wall. I think that's because it gets the paint off too! :) I tried it on our wooden entertainment center and it left a white spot. Unfortunately, Nathan left out some markers and Marshall got them. He's 3 and STILL does this!! Welcome to the wonderful world of a BUSY BOY!!!

Quinn said...

At least you are getting Zucchini. Send some our way. Try Goof-off. But be careful about the finish. Test it on hidden spot first.

Dan and Maren said...

I don't have any suggestions about the crayon, but those 47 loafs of zuchinni bread are sure getting my attention from your earlier post. I suddenly knew why all last week I was feeling like I really wanted to get together with you guys (and a doll...or maybe two dolls?)

courtneynielson said...

hi brit!

have you ever made zucchini patties? barefoot contessa has a very yummy recipe. i use it as a main dish, they're that good. e-mail me if you want it.

love u, courtney :)

Jason said...

That is pretty funny. Last year after I painted Elin's room light-pink, we soon found multiple brush-strokes of light-pink all over the down-stairs walls. Ahhh... good times covering that up.

Jason

Britt d. said...

whoops! Well, look at the bright side! At least he has some sense of home decor as he coordinated the coloring on the wall with the red accents in your home. I'd leave it and hang a frame around it. A little Picasso adds a certain something to the overall feeling of a home. ;)

Gonzalez said...

That's funny but I can picture a little children's art on just about every wall in our old house in Farmington. You can't tell me none of it was yours. ;)