Favorite Episodes, Lucy Harpo, Favorite Comedians, Ball Harpo, Lucille Ball, I Love Lucy, Things Lucy, Harpo Marx
Lucille Ball & Harpo Marx. "Adolph "Harpo" Marx was an American comedian, film star, mime artist and musician, and the second-oldest of the Marx Brothers."
Mirror image LUCILLE BALL as HARPO MARX with HARPO MARX 'I LOVE LUCY' 1950's. Lucy & Harpo do an amazing mirror skit in the episode. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest)
Classic TV Shows - I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance, William Frawley. Special Guest Harpo Marx.
Lucille Ball (left) with Harpo Marx on "I Love Lucy". Description from let-the-right-one-in.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Lucille Ball and Harpo Marx Probably one of my favorite episodes :)
Harpo Marx and Lucille Ball - My FAVORITE episode of all time
lucille ball & harpo marx as hobo clowns...
lucille ball & harpo marx loved this skit
Lucille Ball & Harpo Marx, I Love Lucy
A little gig?! Lol!
Single Mom, Tired Mommy Quotes Funny, Single Working Mom, Full Time Working Mom Quote, Busy Mom Quotes Humor, Busy Life Humor, Busy Mom Quotes Truths, Funny Working Mom Quotes, Working Mom Quotes Funny
At this point in my life, I don't know how I'd ever survive, let alone, find balance. My hat is off to all working and single moms!
single working mom!!! CAN I GET A WITNESS!!!! FULL TIME JOB AND SCHOOL. TOP THAT!
http://fashion881.blogspot.com - single working mom!!!
Art single working mom!!! live-laugh-love-and-be-funny
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single working mom!!! Sucks ass sometimes
single working mom!!! that was my mom!
single working mom <----- thats me!!!
single working mom!!! LOL!!!!
The Office, Some People, Office Doors, Prison Quotes, So True, Well Said, Thank You Kindly, So Funny, Totally Me
on bad days, i would love to say this to some people
If only I could put this on my office door...
Haha!! A "let's go to prison" quote!!
well said...well said...
Thank you kindly! :)
Post in the office?
Funny Thinking of You Ecard: 'Wow, that guy in the skinny jeans looks super manly,' said no one ever.
Funny Funny, Skinny Jeans, That S Funny, Funny Stuff, Someecards Sarcasm, So Funny, It S Funny, Funny Ecards, Haha So True
" 'Wow, that guy in the skinny jeans looks super manly,' said no one ever." haha, so true. (and make that so bold and underlined.)
HAHA!!! "Wow, that guy in the skinny jeans looks super manly," said no one ever!!!! so true!
Just say no to the skinny jeans..... No guy should EVER wear skinny jeans
HAHA so true. Guys need to stop wearing skinny jeans...
Haha! So true! Men should NOT wear skinny jeans. Gross!
So funny! Guys should not wear skinny jeans ever!
Giggle, E Card, Some People, So True, Funny Stuff, Burning Bridges, True Stories
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I don't regret burning bridged, I regret some people weren't on those bridges when I burnt them.
Burn bridges if you need too. Some people just aren't worth it!
Funny Confession Ecard: Burning bridges. Ha ha!
True story.....about burning bridges
Art True story..... funny-stuff
E Cards | Burning Bridges
So true for some people!!
I don't disagree.
Don T Disagree, Honest People, Drunks Kids, Funny But True, Drunk People, Funny Stuff, So Funny, Old People, Children Drunks
The only honest people in the world are small children and drunk people
honesty = small children & drunk people
Small Children & Drunk People
This is funny but true.
honesty so funny!
And old people
drunks & kids
The only honest people in the world are small children and drunk people. | Unknown Picture Quotes
Time Out, Need A Break, Funny Stuff, So True, Funnystuff, Clothes Line
"Sometimes a Mum needs a break" I found this and loved the thought that even the prim and proper Mums of the UK get desperate for some time out
Sometimes a mom just needs a 5 minute break. - boy - hung up on clothes line - black and white - drip dry
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Sometimes a mom just needs a 5 minute break. Too bad I dont have a clothes line lol
Handy ways to use your clothesline!! Great time out option. ;-)
So true...wish I still had a clothes line! ;)
haha funny stuff
The funny thing about becoming a parent is there is no grace period, no easing in to the role. One day you have a bump, the next you're a parent (give or take, depending on how long you're in labour) ;). Another fun fact my parents always remind me of is that kids don't come with manuals. Even if they did, you'd probably have to scrap the old edition with the birth of each new offspring and scramble to re- write a new version. No wonder wine was invented! While the first little while after having a baby can be daunting, each new phase has it's own set of challenges made easier or harder depending on your child's temperament. These lil critters are always changing, evolving, and discovering new ways to challenge our resolve. What was a snap for one family can be a nightmare for another; each child is so different, it's impossible to ever have all the answers. Comforting isn't it?! Ah the adventures of being a parent.... At the request of a reader, I am putting together advice for parents for children of different ages, since the baby years are only the beginning of the adventure. (And perhaps a new found affinity for wine?!) And because they've 'been there, done that', I thought I'd ask some experts- aka Moms- for some words of wisdom- starting with mine with some insight about two year olds. Judy Miller, Mother of Two: By age two children have discovered the word "No" and often find it very difficult to do what they are told and sometimes become very frustrated and have temper tantrums, hence, the expression "The Terrible Two's". As a mother, you need to realize that this is just a phase your child is going through which will not last forever, however, you need to be firm and persistent and help your child to understand that they can't always have their own way. A good way to try to understand your 2 year old child is to imagine yourself in their shoes and look at the world through their eyes. In order for a mother to help her child, she needs to try to get inside the child's head and try to understand where they are coming from so that she can somehow find a way to explain to her child why they need to do what they are told. For some mothers this can be a very trying time, however, you must not always give in as the child quickly learns how to get their own way, which can lead to more problems in the future. Not only is this true for the terrible twos, I think the advice of putting yourself in your child's shoes and explaining a situation to them in a way they understand is something we should remember throughout life. It's tough and requires patience (my Mum loves to remind me how lovely I was!), but I think being stubborn and consistent with a child pays off. More Mom advice coming soon! Thanks Mom for everything- but especially for loving me. I appreciate you now more than ever!
I couldn't resist....this cartoon was just too cute. :0) Not that I would ever hang my children from the clothesline, but I definitely need that 5 minute break every now and then. How about you? What do you do to get your "you" time fit in? I end up staying up WAY too late at night and force myself out of bed an hour before I need to get everyone up in the morning. I also still make the 2 little ones I have at home with me all day lay down for at least an hour in the afternoon...sometimes this is just so that I have time to fit my shower in for the day, LOL. But, if I didn't have these slots of time set aside I don't know how I'd ever find time to knit, crochet, design, read, etc. etc. This also leaves the bulk of my day during the hours the kids are awake to simply be "mom". My Stay@Home Stitchings time is, and will continue to be, further down on my list of priorities as long as my kids are at home. I make it a point to put my time with God first in the morning, my time devoted to my family (cooking, cleaning, helping with homework, playing games, doing "mom" stuff, etc.) next and then any time I have left is for me to do what I need to do for Stay@Home Stitchings. It works for now. I know I'll have plenty of time after they are all in school full time and I'm a basket case because I'm lost without all the busyness they have provided me for all these years. :0( Oh....I'm sure I'll still be super busy running everyone here and there after school, but life's schedule will definitely be changing big time. I will have to find a new normal (which even as I type this brings tears to my eyes). I LOVE my Stay@Home mom job and I LOVE having my little ones underfoot. I can't bear to think of them being away all day, even if it does mean more "me" time. Being a Stay@Home mom is by far the MOST rewarding job there is....even if a 5 minute break is only caught by hanging your kids on the clothesline. ;0) Happy Stitching!! - Whenever and however you find time to fit it in. :0) Don't forget to find me on Facebook: Stay@Home Stitchings . I'm trying to reach 500 fans by my birthday in 2 weeks. :0) Lofty goal, but I think there are plenty of Stay@Home moms, knitters and crochet lovers out there to help me out. :0)
@Pamela Boehme-- this made me think of you! lol