Monday, October 19, 2009


I know, I know. It's been a long time since I've made a post. Hey, cut the Domestic Goddess some slack. It's not easy to keep up this level of fabulosity and still have time to blog about it. I need an entourage. Yeah, that's it, an entourage to report on my activities. I'll have to speak to the Bo Hunkmeister about this....

Anyway, what has the Domestic Goddess been doing you ask? (even if you're not asking, I'm going to tell you)

1. Exploring nature with the kiddies

We periodically see these things in our yard, but this one happen to be a biggun'

2. Examining the 'fruit' of the garden

Is there a world record for smallest watermelon? Princess Buttercup tried to grow one here in New England. We actually tasted some of it. It tasted very...watery.

3. Running a massage parlor

I plead the 5th here.

4. Trying to keep up with Gummi's appetite

Need I say more?

5. Debating my brother on the merits of Intelligent Design

Representing the Darwinists, my brother

Representing the ID folks, me

Hey, my blog, my picture choices!

But of course this morning, when I saw this, I had to blog.

Who is this you might ask (and I ask that frequently myself)?
Why it's Flying Boy!

(at least, that's what he tells us)

And this morning Flying Boy walked up to Princess Buttercup with some old dress from the dress up box and asked her "Will you be my princess?"

Buttercup looked at me with a questioning look.
I replied, "It's a special thing when a superhero asks you to be his princess."

So she put on the dress, to which Flying Boy exclaimed, "Princess!" and then proceeded to save her from various entrapments.

It's Baby's world and we're just spectators in it.

see what I mean?


Amanda said...

I just wanted to say that I find it amusing that with the size of your family, you don't think that you already HAVE an entourage. LOL

Love you, Dawn!

Kelly said...

I'll let the massage parlor thing go if you admit one thing... "It's a special thing when a superhero asks you to be his Princess" is just another nod to Bo, isn't it? I'll bet you have that embroidered on a pillow somewhere.

Anonymous said...

You and Kaijuu arguing about ID vs Darwin....too bad you're both wrong

kenny g said...

Illuminate us Anonymous, please

Anonymous said...

This is why I think you two are both wrong...

Kirk Cameron staged a televised debate on the existence of God back in 2007. The debate pitted Kirk and another evangelical against the avowed atheist "Rational Response Squad". ABC Nightline broadcast the debate over two nights.

Kurt is the dude from Growing Pains. He is now a very active evangelist who recently starred in the movie Fireproof.

The RR people are the same folks who staged the blasphemy video challenge encouraging folks to submit videos of themselves denying the existence of God and/or blaspheming in general. They have staged several other well publicized events to forward their athiest point of view.

This event was basically the same ID vs Darwin discussion you two are having but with well-known protagonists in a national forum....ok?

One of the RR participants was a young lady identified only as KellyM78. Apparently she either is or was a stripper. Following the debate, she released a 2-3 minute video that consisted solely of a scrolling list of Google search terms that referenced her. She helpfully highlighted in red all of those search phrases that specifically referenced her boobs, her stripping career, pictures, videos and questions regarding her relationship with the RR team leader. She did not highlight those terms that merely referenced her but not her physical appearance. The list was at least 50% red and the scrolling list ran for near 2 minutes...

So...God's existence is inconsequential in the minds of the general public when compared with the power of a former strippers boobs. I am now going back to bed....wake me when its over.

The Domestic Goddess said...

See, now, you could argue that 'boobs' (the female body part) are evidence of intelligent design because of the way they function with regard to feeding infants.

But then you could argue that 'boobs' (the people interested only in KellyM78's body parts) are evidence of evolution because obviously some us have still not evolved past the knuckle dragging stage.


the debate goes on....

Sandy said...

I just want to thank you for slacking, because it made me feel better. i finally posted today. good grief.