Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Spotlight: What's so funny?

MOOD STATUS: "Psyched". I FINALLY have Internet connection on my laptop.

I'm coming to you live (well, not really live. I've posted this hours ago) from my HP Laptop, which finally has Internet connection. Yay!

I'm over at The Long and Short of It Reviews--again--doing what I do best:

chit-chatting. :)

Today I'm talking about "What's so funny?" in writing.
Come on over to their blog and share what makes you laugh when you're reading a book.


(Gingerbread house the kiddo made)

I'm using it as Christmas decoration in my kitchen!

15 comments:

Tamika: said...

Wow- your kids get the baking gift from Mom for sure! That looks profesional!

I'll drop in and get a few laughs!

Eileen Astels Watson said...

Oh, this reminds me, I have to get my girls to work on our Gingerbread house too. Your daughter did a great job!!

Kristen Torres-Toro said...

When I have a second, I'm definitely going to check that out! (About to leave the house now!)

Sarah Forgrave said...

Love the gingerbread house! My mouth is seriously watering right now. :-)

Wendy @ All in a Day's Thought said...

Clever dialogue. Ironic scene. Something unexpected.
~ Wendy

Diane said...

That's some professional grade decorating there. Awesome! :O)

Patti Lacy said...

Sigh. Brings back days making Gingerbread houses with my mom.

She LOVED to color coordinate Live Savers LONG before Martha Stewart!!!!

Fun, fun site.

Patti
www.pattilacy.com/blog

Katie Ganshert said...

Wow - you're kids should make ginger bread houses for a living. Ours always are about two seconds from toppling with gops of candy and good stuck helter skelter on the roof.

Linda Kage said...

Your kiddos sure are talented. That gingerbread house is amazing!

Jen Chandler said...

I haven't made a gingerbread house in years! That one looks awesome!

Happy Wednesday,
Jen

Susan R. Mills said...

Love the gingerbread house. I'll head over now.

Elizabeth Bradley said...

You reminded me of when I volunteered in my son's class (many moons ago now) to help them build gingerbread houses, thirty kids and little old me helping them make royal icing and put their houses together and decorate them. It was very memorable!

Walt M said...

A character who's a playful smart aleck always makes me laugh. For example, the main character from Stephanie Bond's Body Movers series leaves me rolling on the floor.

Shannon O'Donnell said...

I've been meaning to do gingerbread houses with my kids this year - I guess I should probably get on that! :)

What an absolutely gorgeous blog! I love the colors and your header.

Sherry Dale Rogers said...

I love making Gingerbread Houses with the kids, the Halloween ones are also very fun. Love the Holidays, they are perfect excuse to endulge in sugar and not feel bad about it. Yay