Monday, August 1, 2011

This is Married Life










1 Husband running around in his underwear+5 months pregnant Wife+1 ShopVac+372 towels+0.0 hours of sleep=

extra hangers for tshirts

Tshirts that I need to re-wash, because all of them were used to soak up water.

totally worth it.


xoxo

{Bon Bon}





40 comments:

Cindy said...

LMAO, oh Bon Bon... xD

your illustrations are great, they really make me laugh! :D xD ! those t-shirts better appreciate those hangers!

Robots in Trouble said...

Stories sound MORE interesting when you add cartoons in them! HEHEHE! All that work for you and your hubby for hangers!

This reminds me, I gotta fix our closet. I'm hoping that my story won't be as messy as yours! hehe!

-Robots in Trouble

Belly B said...

hahaha oh no, trouble in disguise! Cute cartoons! ;)

<3 Belly B

Shannon said...

i lvoe the cartoon!!

ashleighjoan said...

haha, this post is so cute. that does suck, though. i never have enough hangers!

That's Ron said...

haha, good one...

Kayla said...

Oh My Goodness! This post is so funny, but only in one of those, we have totally been there sort of ways. There are never enough hangers for the laundry, and boyfriend is always trying to fix things in his underwear as well. I hope everything is back up and functioning now!

Elizabeth and Kyle @ Love Is the Adventure said...

LOL. This post felt like trainwreck footage. I knew what was coming...but I couldn't stop reading...Omigosh, I would have been so mad!

Glad you're having a sense of humor about it. Much healthier reaction than I would have had!

Courtney B said...

Hahaha!! This awful, horrible story just make me laugh so hard! I am so sorry bon bon! What a night!
Glad you shared this with the rest of us :)

Michelle said...

I don't know what's funnier... your stories or your cartoons! LOVE IT!! xoxo

Girl of The Grove said...

You are right...such is marriage!! lol That story cracked me up. Hope you get some rest. : )

TB said...

I just bought some more hangers last week. It always surprises me when I buy hangers, because it seems like they should cost a lot more--how can something so valuable only cost me $.20 a piece?

Well, TECHNICALLY, I guess those two hangers of yours cost you a LOT more than $.20 in the long run, but you get my drift.

Mrs. T said...

hahaha...ohhhh dear! I am laughing at your bad fortune, but really feel sorry for you at the same time!

L said...

Oh no! Good luck! That's so horrible, but hopefully you'll get a good laugh out of it!

katie [the bright life] said...

Hahaha, you kill me! This is hilarious, although I'm sure you weren't laughing at the time? Ah, the joys of being grown up and having to deal with houses breaking, etc. I feel your pain. Xo, Katie

mary said...

Ohhhh Noooo!!!! Hope you paddled to safety and a long weekender nap! PS~love that you had the patience to draw it out. Rock on beauty! xox!

The Vintage Modern Bride said...

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dana @ wonder forest said...

oh no!!
haha the sketches are amazing. sorry for the trouble though :(
xox dana
thewonderforest.com

Andrea@Fancy That! said...

Ha! Unexpected home disasters are the best. Once, our toilet tank inexplicably cracked...three inches of water in the bathroom when I woke up.

Carly Anne said...

House floods are absolutely the worst. I'm glad to know that you were able to take control of it!

kira said...

Did you really count the number of paper towels you used? That is the kind of situation where it totally sucks, but its so ridiculous that you just have to laugh.

Julie said...

Your fine art is my FAVORITE!!! :)

McKinley {Haolepinos} said...

ahhahah that was hilarious!!! I bet not as much for you, because you are the oens who are stuck with the whole mess! But this post was cute!!! And I loved the animation you created for us to get a real visual understanding ahahhahah

Sam {fitnessfoodandfaith.blogspot.com} said...

hahaha! oh no!! love the paper towels in your hand :)

Elle Keeps Moving said...

this is hilarious

Rachael said...

Oh WOW! That's AWFUL! You poor things (all three of you). Glad it's all over now. Hopefully it'll just be a vague funny memory soon.

Lauren @The Little Things We Do.... said...

oh man! that's awful!! at least you found those hangers though :).

P.S. your little paint illustrations make me real happy.

Sabrina Says said...

Oh how I love you. How do you do this? Everytime... I find myself giggling sooo girlishly. You bring out the best giggles!!

And I ;ove your censoring. awesome.

Sabrina Says

Megan said...

uhm i was way too entertained by your art work in this post. You are going to be a good mom. even if you guys dont wear t shirts.

Maryam said...

funny story and great illustrations!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!

Thanks for visiting my blog!!!

xoxo, Maryam

www.athomewithmaryam.com

Shalyn said...

I am so thankful for the return of the illustrations- yay! SO FUNNY!

Karissa said...

Cute! :) And sounds familiar - we've had incidents like this too! Being a homeowner is an adventure.

Megan said...

Ahhh, are you serious?? Y'all poor little things!!!! Love your artwork though! You are so cute!

christine donee said...

hahaha evil shirts... what a night!

Jenni @ Story of My Life said...

You are hilariously awesome. True story. :)

K Blue said...

This was amazing.
You seem like the greatest couple - even when disaster strikes.

Jenn Kirk said...

Hopefully you are at a point where you can laugh at this now, because this story is so funny. Sad, but funny!

Michaela said...

Oh dear!! Haha!! I just love your comic strip art. Never fails to crack me up (: Hope everything turned out okay!

Jamie said...

I can completely relate to how one small act of folding laundry leads to epic proportions!!! My husband can't stand when I get my second wind at night and start cleaning the house!

Young People in Love said...

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Probably the best thing I've read and seen on the internets. Probably.

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