Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Grafitti


Al is knitting this Ashworth Scarf from Cosmopluto knits. It is really pretty.....I have knit her patterns before and they are straightforward and wonderful.. Have you?

I'm told there is graffiti on our car this morning. I haven't gone out to check it out yet... Hooligans. Supposedly it is of the genitalia variety.....I think I'll add to it the correct anatomic terms and make it an educational mobile......the nurse in me couldn't care less about such triviality. Just kids having fun on a summer night.....
I hope they come back to check out their work and see it is serving another purpose now!

hee hee hee

8 comments:

sapphireblue said...

Those little sh***s!! They'll get theirs in the end.

JelliDonut said...

I guess summer fun has changed over the years. We used to have fun by drinking a milk shake too fast then getting an ice cream headache. Was I boring or are kids nowadays just meaner?

Nancy said...

I hope the graffiti was written with something that is easily removed without causing damage to your car.

I like the idea of an educational mobile. ;oD

SissySees said...

The other end of our road had some graffitti problems a few weeks ago too...

Cheryl said...

I really like Cosmopluto's patterns. Her Galileo mitts were my first colourwork project, very well written pattern & they turned out beautifully. That's a really nice scarf, I might have to go look at that pattern.

Hope the graffiti isn't permanent on your car!

Katherine said...

I like that scarf too! I will check out Cosmopluto.

I would like to have those kids for about 10 minutes! I recently overheard our youngest grandson say to his sister, "If you do that you will never hear the end of it from grandma!" I was afraid to ask what "that" was. Where are those kids parents and grandparents?

Two Cables and a Frapp said...

Uh-oh, sorry to hear about your car. That's terrible. - The scarf is lovely, I hadn't seen it.

Dee said...

Hope the graffiti isn't permanent. Sheesh -- what is WITH kids these days.

(Oh Lordy -- I sound like my mama.)

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