One and Done #3

Welcome to One and Done Sunday.

Here’s your picture (forgive me, it’s the kind of picture you take in the parking lot with your cell phone while you’re trying to look like you’re not taking a picture):

My Zombie Family ate your Ski Family's brains.

And now, five links that are worth your time.

How I survived five brothers: Darla at She’s a Maineiac

An excellent short video about one of my favorite Broadway performers, Rachelle Rak

Pics of New York City in the early 1940’s, in color: Naomi Bulger: Messages In Bottles

Ass-kicking at its finest: Piper Bayard guest posts on Renée A. Shuls-Jacobson’s Lessons from Teachers and Twits

I’m not the jerk whisperer: Amber West.

Happy Sunday.

Pre-Rapture Photo Caption Contest

If you read this blog, you may remember that I have a shiny new nephew:

Did you see his foot?

When I visited him, I decided that he’s now Tiny Nephew, because he’s only like six pounds. Tiny Nephew has three older brothers. Here is my favorite picture of all time:

Tiny Nephew with Slightly-Larger Nephew

Aren’t they just too much?

But that’s not what I need your help with.

One day of my visit while we were downstairs fawning, someone, who shall remain nameless but is a nephew that can walk and is pictured somewhere in this post, was upstairs in grandma’s nursery playing with the toys. As he has been well-trained (unlike my kids), he put everything away when he was finished.

Except for one thing:

That’s how I found her after they went home. Facedown and alone on the nursery floor.

Poor thing.

I know how she feels.

This photo needs a caption.

I needed to put this out there before the Rapture, because it’s been on my to-do list for a week and I’m tidying up my loose ends. If they don’t take me, then at least I’m ahead.

Can you help me out? I’d offer to share my bacon with you but #5 won’t let me have any. But I can offer up a Starbucks gift card that will get you a (as in one) latte.

Post your captions in the comments through 6pm EST Saturday, May 21 and I’ll pick a winner. If I’m saved though, I’m drinking your latte.