Monday, September 20, 2010

The culprit

I woke up this morning in a fog.

It has been an exhausting couple of weeks.

This past week I have been unpacking the house like a crazy woman;

Getting things organized, working a garage sale at the neighbors, and second shooting a wedding on Saturday.

The week before I was in sunny Arizona working my tail off.

I apologize to anyone who saw me the last two days of that trip. I was worn out, exhausted and kinda grumpy. Oops. Do you still love me?

Anyways so I woke up this morning and sauntered into the TV room.

That's when I rubbed my eyes and did a double take when I saw the area rug.

Um. What. Is. That. I asked myself.

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Was I so exhausted from this past weekend that I got up in the middle of the night to "Chase the dragon"....

No. Impossible, I thought.

I would NEVER ever do that. Maybe? No. No way.

So I picked up the phone to call the police because a drug dealer MUST have broken in late last night/early this morning to seperate his cocaine into grams (is that how they sell it?) on my area rug.

Then I looked on the coffee table and found this;

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Okay now that makes a little more sense.

Dangit Corey and his stinky feet.

P.s. who even just dumps powder on their hooves and leaves the carpet all tore up?

I guess its a good thing I love that guy so dang much.

9 comments:

  1. What a man! Why are they so like that? Mine does it on the bathroom floor, which gets VERY slippery. You are so funny!

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  2. Krystle, Your photos are wonderful. You have really got a very special talent. I am very proud of all the things that you do. You are a wonderful person who I love so very much. Granna

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  3. I thought maybe Bailey was covering her tracks because the bottle says it absorbs wetness...

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  5. Cocaine? Blow?! hahahaha that just made my day.

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  6. it is a good thing you love him dearly..... eric does that in the bathroom and always leaves me with a little white cloud of yuk....train him NOW

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  7. LOL!!! My hubby uses Burt's bees coconut foot cream and that way we don't have to worry about mysterious white powder on the floor. ;-)

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