Laugh Out Loud (3)

We do not have a fancy smancy in ground pool. Nope, we have one of those 3′ ish deep pole pools. It was cheap and will keep our 10-year-old busy this summer.

With our little redneck pool came a plastic bubble wrap looking cover. It keeps the trash out somewhat, but what it DOES do is heat the pool. It’s like a solar panel that makes the water feel like you are swimming in – dare I say it – pee. Eww. Not fun when it’s 97 degrees.

My daughter and I coaxed my husband to get into the pool. He got in and quickly said,
“it’s hot! Mich, why don’t you put a spell on the water and make it cool?”

She replied, “H-O-T!”

Me, “oh geez.”

Whether that was intentional (she was being sarcastic and witty) or whether she just didn’t accurately hear him…you can’t not laugh at that.

~ Crys

Laugh Out Loud (2)

I watched The First Wives Club yesterday while on the “dreadmill”. It nearly caused bodily harm…to myself.

Now that I think of it, funny movies should also come with a disclaimer that says, “do not operate heavy machinery while watching this funny movie.”

So, now I share with you the part that caused me to nearly fall off my “dreadmill” because I was hysterically “snort” laughing.

FREE FALLIN’! 

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Isn’t that also the classic face of Diane Keaton? It’s hilarious. (Watch the part where Jack Nicholson walks in on her while looking for the kitchen in Something’s Gotta Give).

Anywhoo, I hope it made you smile on this Friday.

~ Crys

 

Laugh Out Loud (1)

Daughter: Are we going to the store, Mom?

Me: Yes, in a minute.IMG_1378

Daughter: Can I take Queen Elsa?

Me: I don’t care, but she only has one foot.

Daughter: It’s okay. She can walk on one foot.

Me: In my head, “Good point. Yes, yes she can. So positive, my little girl.”

~ Crys

Ps. Elsa has on Barbie clothes. To which when I asked why she had on Barbie clothes I got, “I dunno.” Typical