Wednesday, August 12, 2009

And I Was Really Hoping They'd Be Artistic

Remember when I got the duvet cover? The 75% off duvet cover that I'd been coveting for months? Two and a half years later and I still love that duvet cover, which will now be known as the comforter because, well, because I hate the words: duvet cover.

I like my comforter. I don't want a different one. I matched my bathroom to it. I've looked at other comforters, you know, maybe since we've moved I might want a new one, but no. I only like this one.



I love that comforter.

I also love Adam.





But I was very close to selling Adam on Craig's List yesterday afternoon after I saw this. Anyone in need of an in-house artist? He also does wall murals. Typically in the nude.

As if I haven't had enough of that damn Spongebob this summer, now I can keep him forever enshrined in my bedroom lest they ever cancel that wretched show and I should happen to *gasp* forget about him.

Because no. It won't come out.

For the record, I adore Spongebob like this:



On my linens, not so much.

When I attempt to clean or cook, things like this happen. For my birthday, I want a maid. Or *sigh* a new comforter. And maybe an art tutor for my obviously artistic, creative, seemingly paper-deprived children.

7 comments:

Krys72599 said...

Just think, Andria, you'll have this when he hits it big and one of his pieces of art has inspired its own animated TV show, or is hanging in the Louvre...

Aunt Becky said...

I don't mean to make light, but damn, that kid is freaking cute.

Aunt Murry said...

What did he use? Is there no hope? Here is a web site that tells you how to clean just about everything and I visit it often because, well, I'm messy.

http://www.howtocleanstuff.net/

ChupieandJ'smama said...

CRAP. I'm sorry. Your kids are very good at getting into things, aren't they? First the nail polish, and now this. And I remember all the stuff before this. Girl, you need a warden, not a housekeeper. Those kids are handful. Good thing they are cute:) At least comforters can be replaced. You'll laugh about this one day. I promise...

Tracey - Just Another Mommy Blog said...

Sheeeyoooot. Little stinker.

Miss Hope said...

Just did some reading and catching up! Yeah, nothing like giving birth to a budding graffitti (sp?) artist. I'm still trying to figure out what to do about the RED finger paint on a wall.

JessieE said...

the best stuff in the world for getting stains out is by Carbona, and it comes in little bottles, each of which is dedicated to the type of stain it is. I swear by the stuff. There's one that's just for ink -- you should try it. Honest.