October 13, 2009

Ladies and Gentlemen

KFed has left the building.

51 comments:

Kim said...

YEEEEEEEE-HAWWWWWWWW!!!!
This is me awarding you a pretend medal of honor.

Shelly said...

WHOOOOO-HOOOOO!!!

You made it, baby! Another visit down.

Sarah said...

And you both lived to tell the tale.

I'm proud of you. You hosted a difficult person and behaved like an adult the whole time. Well done.

Courtney said...

Hooray! Hope you do a celebration dance! I'll do one for you too.

Tuli said...

What Courtney said - only add Jazz Hands, please. :)

Congrats on living through it!

Nowheymama said...

You did it!

Hillary said...

yay for you!

Fran said...

FINALLY!! Enjoy today, it is the longest point in time from her next visit...lol

el-e-e said...

Deep, Cleansing Breaths!

Woohoo!

Christy said...

Alive, right? And your whole crew is still kicking? VICTORY!

Celeste said...

Break out the salt shaker, chillax on the housecleaning, and plan your next outing to Target. You did it!

Jamie said...

I'm going to have a cocktail tonight to celebrate. You know, out of solidarity. ;)

Mommy Daisy said...

Time to parteeeeeee!

Alicia @ bethsix said...

Congrats! Woot!

Jen said...

you made it...WOOT!
doesn't this call for some brownies?

Anonymous said...

Interesting math problem: If the arrival of KFed means that a house now has two grownups in it, and the departure of KFed results in the house having two grownups it it, where is the weak link, and should we all have a drink?
Discuss, including cocktail recipes and tales of your best bargains ever.


Slim

3carnations said...

Congrats on getting your house back!

Alison aka Baby B said...

Woohoo! *insert non-sarcastic jazz hands here* Really, I was offended when she used jazz hands for evil. C'MON LADY. Jazz hands should only be used for good.

Carmen said...

YA-HOO! I shall do a happy dance for you. And for me, as my company left this morning as well. We're freeeeeeee. We're freeeeeeeeeeee.

Anyabeth said...

WOOT

Little-Bit said...

Break out the good champagne! You deserve a mimosa!

Steph the WonderWorrier said...

Woo hoo!!

Most people are suggesting we break out the drinks... but I do believe the more appropriate thing to say is:

Now you can sober up!!

;-)

J from Ireland said...

Yay, now you can party all you want!!! (by party, I mean shop to your hearts content)

karenl said...

woo-hoo!!!!

Erin said...

Congratulations! You survived another visit! *jazz hands*

Though I am sad to see the end of the Things-She-Said posts, I'm sure you're not. :)

SarahO said...

YAY!!!!!

Gina said...

Well that sucks - now who is going to police your spending, parenting and cooking?

Have a drink and celebrate!

Marie Green said...

Time to reward yourself with some Swistle mint brownies and a trip to clearance! Heck, while you're celebrating, go for something only 30% off! It's time to be WILD!!!!!

(Can I celebrate with you?)

Laura said...

You. Crack. Me. UP!!!!
Congrats - you made it through!

Sam said...

woot!!!!

Misty said...

And you LIVED to tell the tale!

WHOOO!

Christy said...

Total jazz hands and a big sigh of relief.

The Gori Wife said...

These comments are hilarious. Break out the salt shaker? Jazz hands for evil? Go wild and get something only 30% off? Hilarious.

I hope we still get some good MIL tidbits - the last day s are usually the worst in these parts.

Sue said...

Glory Hallelujah! Well done!

Dynamita said...

The best part of it, is that NOW is the most amount of time you have before another of her visits. Yesss.

anatomist said...

yay! you did a great job! woohoo!!!
did i mention my mother just moved in with us, for, like, permanent?
i'll be sending my husband to your posts for advice.

Sarah said...

Hooray!!! *jazz hands*

bluedaisy said...

Hurray!!!

Farrell said...

LOL! You made it, and you're still alive!

Eleanor Q. said...

Can I second Sarah's comment that "You hosted a difficult person and behaved like an adult the whole time." I feel like when I have a difficuly family visitor (ahem) I turn into a big whiner/baby about the whole situation. You really set an example of what it could be like. Thanks!

Ashley said...

Whoot! Congratulations on surviving. I tell myself and maybe suggest to my husband that one of these MIL trips that I survive should result in something SHINY. I don't hit her, call her names or evict her into the cold, I take the "constructive" criticism withhout retaliation and I don't bad mouth her infront of her grandchildren. And while it may not qualify me for the Nobel Peace Prize, I say some reward would be nice ;)

HHRose said...

Your KFed and my KFed should hang. My KFed reads my blog. (Doh!)

Stacia said...

Hooray! I am now anxiously awaiting the final recap.

Anna said...

Ding dong, the witch is dead; the witch is dead; the wicked old witch is dead.....

Astarte said...

Please tell me it was with one of your boots sandwiched in her ass cheeks!

OK, I know it's not, but I just love the image!!!! Congrats on surviving yet another visit!

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Woo hoo!

Lora said...

I almost feel like I can weather anything my MIL throws at me now.

Thank you for taking one for the team.

Kelly said...

and applause rang out all across the country...

Kelly said...

OMG the jazz hands thing kills me. I'm so going to use that in my writing to emphasize things from now on!! (I teach jazz so how perfect!)

Stimey said...

Congratulations!

Wendy said...

Funny - the day yours left, mine arrived (but mine's no K-Fed!). Glad you survived.