A Mouse Tale

8 Responses

  1. David Hinkle says:

    I needed this today. I want to thank your family for providing such “encouragement.” You know, here in the midwest, we have corn-watching, sunflower seed spitting and reading Connective Tissue. Normally the seed spitting is our “go to” but not this day.

  2. Ellen Tezai says:

    I think you need to think of what you just did to one small child named Haven…. I have this picture in my head of her figuring out how to disengage each trap and have a peanutbutter snack ….. Food for thought… No pun intended… this truly was a laugh out loud read of the month for me….

  3. Bunton, Renee says:

    It’s been an hour since I read this and still cannot stop laughing!!!!

  4. Adam says:

    Even better than the blog was Ashley and I sitting together the next morning at breakfast laughing hysterically as we each read you live tweeting the situation. We had that problem once. We learned, never use the sticky traps. Not a pretty situation to wake up to.

  5. Robyn Eason says:

    Been there, done that. Love your rendition of this familiar scene from our life.

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