Saturday, March 17, 2007

Top of the Morning to you all from the O'Changs..

It is indeed a lovely day here in the land of sunshine. Yet despite the warmer days and little hints of Spring popping through the brown earth, there isn't a whole lot green to be seen. It could also be that I did a really crappy job of putting my backyard to rest last Fall. All the debris from last year needs to be cleaned up I suppose.

As for us, well Thing One, whose real name might suggest he REALLY would like today, has decided he hates it. He said that people pinch you which is mean, they drink too much and do silly stuff and he doesn't like being named after such a day. He's also most upset with us for naming him after that stupid guy on Sponge Bob. I keep telling him he was named first as we wouldn't have intentionally done that to him. But, he's not buying it. (I just looked it up on wiki, the show premiered a full 2 years after he made his debut into this world. Thank heavens, or else I might have just a hint of guilt!).

Thing Two on the other hand is all about the mischief that comes into play on this St. Paddy's Day. He wondered last night if the leprechauns would visit his room while he was sleeping. I remarked it would be hard to tell because the state of his room is currently in chaos. Wishful thinking on my part that this might inspire him to clean up his room. He's dressed in green from head to toe and even has loaned his stuffed Homer Simpson dude (my son doesn't play with dolls I'll have you know) a bathrobe belt that is green because he doesn't want Homer to get pinched.

Ah yes indeed, there are those days when the Chang boys are indeed ying and yang...
As for us grownups, we're hoping to enjoy a wee bit of Irish cheer over at some neighbors house later on this afternoon.

So until next time I leave you with this Irish Toast...
  • May your glass be ever full. May the roof over your head be always strong. And may you be in heaven half an hour before the devil knows you're dead .


tz said...

nice toast....the partying o'zimmers played scrabble....hahahah

Colleen Dobson said...

You are full of the Blarney on occasion! Sounds like your more Irish than me on St. Patties day.