Jekyll Island Beach 2012

Jekyll Island Beach 2012
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Saturday, May 26, 2012

SHE'S GONNA BE MAD!!

The Rogue Speaks:

Jenny's mean streak has reared its ugly head again.  For our 100 word Saturday Centus, she has given us another picture from which to work.  Usually her pictures are sweet and sentimental, but not this week!! I think she's in a bad mood because her little granddaughter, Mo, is going to first grade next year, and that made her cry!  So she's taking it out on us!!!  O.k, fine!!! We'll show her!!


SHE'S GONNA BE MAD!!!


(See what I mean????)


Click, click, click.  The twins heard the sound of Mommy’s  high heel shoes on the marble hallway floor of their mansion.  Their eyes grew wide with alarm, as they looked at each other, knowing just what would happen.
“We’re in trouble now!  She’s gonna be really mad!” the boy twin said.
“Quick!  We gotta clean this mess up before she opens the door!” said the little girl as tears welled up in her eyes.
“This was your idea!” they both said to each other. “No, yours!”  “No, yours!”
The bathroom door opened suddenly.  “Who’s been in my make-up!”


O.k., Centusians!  Rise to the challenge!  I'm off to check the other entries!

p.s.  You will NEVER see me in shoes like those, and here's why:


CRUEL SHOES ARE DANGEROUS
TO YOUR HEALTH!!!!!

25 comments:

Karen S. said...

Oh this is just super sweet (and oh it brings memories to foot!) or is it underfoot! I can't tell these lovely little children are singing SO LOUD in my ears....and they really, really want to know how to get to Sesame Street so I have to go and give them directions...you'd think they would have a GPS app on their cell phones...but oh no....LOL :)

Sue said...

hahaha

The telltale sound of heels clicking across the floor!

=)

Ruchi Jain said...

Nice post...:)

Robin said...

I think we all remember the fear in our hearts that heels striking the floor brings. Ah... childhood memories. She is gonna be mad!

Kim said...

Don't mess with mama's makeup! Maybe I would have avoided some trouble - if only we had marble floors so I'd hear my mom coming!

Gail said...

Interesting...did high heels cause that bad foot?

Viki said...

OMG, too funny. That bottom picture is why I don't wear heals much at all. Those feet are scary looking, ha!

Judie said...

The left foot is really deformed and needs to be re built but I'm Chicken!!

Judie said...

The left foot is really deformed and needs to be re built but I'm Chicken!!

anitamombanita said...

Judie, that was awesome! But ouchie ouchie..that photo of yours makes my innards tingle...and not in a good way.

Judie said...

My feet look awfully big,don't they??? Actually I wear a 5 but a 9 is more comfortable. Hahahahaha!!!

anitamombanita said...

Hey Judie, thanks for stopping by...those photos are from our hike 5 minutes from home today... Utah, not Patagonia! :) Have a great week!

noexcuses said...

This was great, Judie! How many times did this type of fear strike us when we were kids? Lots!

So sorry to see your foot like that! Hope it's back to normal real soon!

Ames said...

Are those your feet? Holy crap batman! Ouch!

Cute centus this week Judie!~Ames

JJ said...

I never knew why women painted their toenails. Now I know.

Jo said...

oh em gee! are those your feet? and what the heck did you do to them???
Onto the story ... fabulous! I can hear that sound in my brain ... like a clack clack clack ...
ps, did you get the package yet?

Bookie said...

Cute use of the prompt! But your own picture is killing my toes!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Judie, The floors weren't marble, but I do remember the clack of heels on wood. This brought back memories and gave me a chuckle. Good job! But oh the chill that went down my spine when I looked at that last picture. Yikes! What in the world happened? laurie @ http://dealingwithmyinnercritic.blogspot.com/

bluegrassnotes said...

Nice one. Your poor feet -- my aunt, who was tiny, insisted on wearing high heels everywhere and eventually had to have her toes wired back to her feet. I wear flats. Only.

Carrie said...

this is why I don't wear makeup...less stuff for my kids to get into :)

Nice little story! That picture of the broken foot made me shiver. Ouch!

visiting from Jenny's

Mumsy¸.¤ª“˜¨ said...

Great story, Judie, and so sorry to see your foot like that. I hope it was not recent..

Splendid Little Stars said...

oooo....ouchie ouchie! This cannot be pleasant!

That click clacking of heels was quite frightening!

Naila Moon said...

Ah, if the twins had been boys, then you would have pictured my brothers to a tee. What happened to your feet? Ouch!

~Naila Moon

http://writing-out-of-the-blue.blogspot.com/2012/05/dressed-for-successa-story.html

Jenny said...

OMG, OMG!

Those toes!

I've seen those toes before!

My husband had that same surgery...

Yeeeeooooch!

I love reading about Mommy Dearest!

mwahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

Ragazza Bazaar said...

Hi Judy! First i want to say that your Blog is Very Attratctive and mofern (niCe) and my 2 year old daughter really digs your song!(your so vein) with that being said... your poor toes! OUCh! I dont know how long you were in those shoes but here's a tip :invest in some ballerina flats and carry them with you, maybe you can prevent future foot pain. lol.
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