Wednesday, January 20, 2010

NASA and Our Government Are Keeping This a Secret

NASA scientists have made a recent discovery that our government doesn't want you to know about. Up until about three weeks ago, we all believed that the sun was the center of our universe as depicted in the photo posted here...





This is no longer the case as it had been determined, here in my very own household, that my daughter is now the center of our universe and the new configuration of our "solar" system looks like this.



Based on information obtained from friends/family, this center of the universe situation will remain for probably the next 3-4 years or so and then our universe will revert to it's prior configuration. I just hope I survive this temporary realignment....  Fellow bloggers, I am open to any and all suggestions of coping mechanisms.

9 comments:

Drew said...

So funny! I'm a bit confused though because I was under the impression that I am the center of the universe? When did things go awry, making me lose my coveted position?

Rick said...

Very funny. Thanks the Lord that our oldest moved away from the center, but her little sister does have her moments.

Martha in PA said...

ha, is she sharing the center with my child? maybe they alternate days? Great job!

Matty said...

NASA is selling you ocean front property in Nebraska. Our kids are the center of the universe, and they will pretty much tell you that too. So no advice from me, cause I'm looking for some myself.

Adrienne in Ohio said...

LOL, I love it! Our universe is like that, too.

Christina said...

I don't have a problem with that . . . enjoy the years! :)

Oz Girl said...

Sorry, I am laughing so hard here, I have no suggestions. But I also never had a daughter, just a son, so I don't quite understand this anomaly.

Good luck! My thoughts are with you. (LOL)

Life with Kaishon said...

Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha : ) SO funny Dot! My friend called me last night and said she is having a hard time with her 13 year old... I feel SO bad for mothers with girls : ) during that stage! Now during the 2's and 3's , I think we all know that boys are WAY more trouble! At least mine was!

Donna Boucher said...

This is hilarious!@