Friday, April 23, 2010

The Mom Song

I found another book by Anita Renfroe at the library the other day called Don't Say I Didn't Warn You. I started reading it while waiting for my appointment at the doctor's office (and was giggling right away, she is so funny to me). At the very beginning are the lyrics to this song she wrote to the tune of the William Tell Overture. In the book she details how this came about. The video is on You Tube and I just had to find it to share. I think it is hysterical. Hope you find it funny, too. Here's the video of The Mom Song.

After working for a couple of hours on the caulk, I had to take a break. My hands are so sore! LOL Finding and watching this video was a nice distraction.



Kim Burmeister said...

This is hilarious! I got to see her in person and she is AWESOME!

Alanna said...

I'm glad you got to take a quick break. Doing your caulk job doesn't sound very fun. Good luck with it.

Kathi C. said...

That video would be a lot funnier if it weren't so true.

Glad you had the chance to take a break!

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Sharli said...

I think it was VERY funny! Just because it's so true! Thanks for the lift!

So - we're caulking?? That sounds like good news!!

Anke said...

I saw that video before and thought is was awesome! Good for you, take a break, you deserve it! :)

Jackie said...

I love that is amazing...and oh so true...maybe that is why it is so funny