Saturday, March 12, 2011

Saturday Snapshot

These are  pictures of DANiel, in the garage with his car in parts.  It's that time of year again, when the snow has melted and the axil is visible and driving me nuts.  I want my garden back, and my garage.  Well that's not going to happen.  I suppose it will get emptied when I move into a nursing home.  It's been one of those weeks, too much travel, not enough sleep, never enough sleep, too many emotions.  He certainly does challenge me.  Over and Over and Over again. I don't know what I would do if I didn't have faith. A psychiatrist I suppose.

Alyce over at At Home with Books is our hostess for  Saturday Snapshot.

DANiel is my eldest son, he is 25yrs.old.  this car has been going for about 3yrs.  When he purchased it he had a 10week plan.  I nearly fell down laughing at that one.  I spell DANiel that way because he wants to be called DAN. 


Leslie said...

Ah.. that brings back memories. My husband rebuilt a camaro years ago. When I would complain he'd say, 'at least it's in the garage and not in the living room'. Sigh.

Anonymous said...

Been there, only with my hubby! Gotta love them though!

You can visit my Saturday Snapshot here

ros@dimaggio63 said...

Hi Irene,
chie è Daniel ?
Tuo figlio o nipote ?
Buona serata :))

Ps : Gran bel ragazzo !!!!

Jenners said...

Sounds like you need a quiet and relaxing day...and I hope you get one soon. I will never understand boys and their cars.

Alyce said...

That would drive me crazy too! I haven't had any personal experiences like that before, but my brother-in-law once rebuilt a motorcycle in his kitchen. :)

Anonymous said...

My favorite part of this whole post...DANiel. WAY to compromise, Mom. LOL

My Saturday snapshot is here:

bermudaonion said...

I'm so impressed that he can work on a car like that!

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Oh, great shots, Irene...and they remind me of when my various sons were living with me (in their adulthood!).

Thanks for visiting my blog, and take heart that your garage will someday be yours again....then you can take out the photos and laugh at the memories.

Jenny the Pirate said...

Those kids'll wear us down eventually ... only question is, will it be before or after life has worn us out?

These are puzzles for the ages, dear Irene.

National Pet Day...

This is our pet cat, he lived with us for 18 years, adopted from a shelter, best cat ever. RIP Keahan