Joe was in the midst of a ‘time out’, when I captured this shot. I’m going to do my best to have my own ‘time out’ today. We all need a day of rest. Care to join me?
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I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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23 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 239 Time Out”
Great idea!! I’ve never taken a picture of my child in time out!!
Welcome Melissa. I hope my picture taking is not considered cruel and unusual punishment. It seemed like a good shot at the time. Thanks for visiting.
You’re welcome!! I don’t think it’s cruel at all!! Love it!!
“How do I tell her that I have a new girlfriend?” Joe ponders.
Blessings – Maxi
Hahahahahaha! Easy there, Maxi. Let’s not rush him into relationships. (smile) Blessings to you.
Awwww. I can feel his pain. Have a restful day, and I hope everyone feels better.
We’ve all had our moments, eh, M2M? (smile) He did not let this bump ruin his day, I assure you. 🙂
Oh have I ever seen that body language!!
Sad, eh? Yet at this point – I am not phased by it.
I’m hoping the cement wasn’t hot that day. I’m sure he learned his lesson and was able to go back into the pool.in a short period of time.
Worry not, Libby. The cement was not hot. He was back in the pool in a short period of time, and he was back out of the pool in a shorter period of time. (smile)
Hahahahahaha! You got me, Oma. That was laugh out loud funny.
Cutie. 🙂 LOVE the masonry around that pool…. Looks BEAUTIFUL. I KNEW I should have gone into something like that career wise…. I digress. Chin up, Joe. I get put in time outs even today – at age 41. And deservedly so. 😦 Tee hee hee…..
Pretty nice, eh? I love my boss’s pool. It is awesome!
Pretty sure I’ve been there, too!
No way. You?! I don’t believe it.
Did you take a time out, Patti? It’s never too late.
A picture says a thousand words!
Quietly, too. Isn’t that nice? 🙂
Oh, jeez, this shot is great! Poor Joe. Don’t get me wrong – I’m sure he deserved it, but still. Poor Joe.
Oh he deserved it, Peg-o! But yeah, he was bummed, and I’m not so cold that I didn’t feel a little sorry for him. But he deserved it – by jingo! 🙂