You Are The Stuffing
You're complicated and complex, yet all your pieces fit together.
People miss you if you're gone - but they're not sure why.
Friday, November 21, 2008
Saturday, November 1, 2008
C. is really awesome. He was looking at my store room one day and he decide to build me some can rollers for all of my canned goods. It was bad weather a couple weekends ago so he got started then. He used the basic plans that his Dad came up with to make his Mom some about 28 years ago. Then he added some of his own ideas to improve them, his Mom's can rollers sometimes stick in the back. The cans get stuck on top of one another.
Well here is the before and after pictures. It is so nice. I'm excited to have the help with the rotation of my food storage.
A couple weeks ago C comes home from work and said "D said he was going to come to work as Mr. Incredible. So I said Oh Yeah, I'm coming as your nemesis SYNDROME! HA HA HA HA!!" So since then I've been trying to figure out how to make him his costume.
I searched the Internet but I wasn't about to spend $100 to get him a costume. So Thursday night we decide to try and put one together ourselves. We bought a black sweater $5, Silver paint $5, Silver gloves $5, Silly String $7 (for his zero point energy.) Having the best costume at work priceless.
It was time to cut his hair a couple weeks ago but I left it long so we could really dress him up good. We spray painted an S on his shirt, and we painted his boots silver also. I don't think it's too bad for a homemade costume. He had a karate gee so we used those for the bottoms, and an old costume for the cape. What do you think?