I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me

I’ve figured out why I’m not getting as much sleep as I should.  My “eureka!” moment came the other morning when I woke to see a man standing near my bedside.  We were practically face to face and he was staring with a fixed expression, his hand reaching out to me.  Of course I was surpised, and you may be wondering if I screamed or called for help or how I managed to get this man out of my bedroom or house.  He’s still there actually, but don’t be alarmed . . .

Apparently my son thought my Eiffel Tower lamp needed a tourist.

My kiddo and his little jokes.  Love his sense of humor.  I recently bought a cast iron gnome for our flowerbeds, but I’ve yet to put him outside so he’s standing in our living room.  The other day I noticed his ears look a bit different than when I brought him home.

Not sure how the kiddo came up with that one, putting erasers on the gnome’s ears, but now our gome looks a little more elfish with those ear extensions.  What will my little practical joker come up with next?


Filed under children, funny, motherhood, parenting, the kiddo, Uncategorized

2 responses to “I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me

  1. Brilliant 🙂

    I bought my Granddad a gnome that holds a solar light… He keeps it in the conservatory so it doesn’t get stolen! 😀

    • Actually, I’ve been keeping my gnome inside for the same reason! 🙂 I’m already attached to him and would be so sad if someone carried him off. I think he’ll have to go to the backyard when I do put him outside. By the way, love the gnome/solar light combo! Thanks so much for reading!!

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