Tuesday, November 29, 2011


Yes, I realize that late November is not the best time to be tearing holes in the structure of a house and re-arranging furnace ducting, but it wasn't late November when we started, and I don't see you over here helping, so shut your pie-hole, smart-alec.
Sorry. We're a little on edge over here, what with the layer of plaster dust in our underwear.
We've gone from this:

To this:

And more impressively, this:

To this:

To this:

To this:

To this:

We got a lot of the ducting done today, and the particle accelerator only needs a couple more components until it's operational.

Meanwhile the girls have become fed-up with the whole project and moved in with Wiley the Wolf. Their hyper-luminescent eyes fit in better with nocturnal beasts anyway.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Nutrient Dense

We tried to get Nora booked on the new VH1 reality show, "Toddler Rehab: Kansas City", but they wanted more minorities. We'll just start sprinking her Cheerios with Antabuse.

Dora and Boots being stalked by the Mutant Butterfly Woman.

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