This is a story about my super heroes going from being homeless and living under a street light (..lamp) to living in a mansion.
BUT….That situation was much better than this option.
My action figures weren’t about to move into this. Well….Maybe if they get married and their wife makes them (Sorry Wonder Woman!). For now, they are single and allowed to make their own decisions. They needed a cool lair to call their own.
So…with some old Ikea storage units, wood, dad’s handyman skills and lots of mommy magic…….THIS WAS BORN!!!!!!!
It was a process.(…I supervised while playing video games.)
Let’s take a look at all the cool spaces.
My action figures told me that if they ever get married, they’re keeping this place as a secret. Hey! Secrets and Super Heroes go hand in hand. Don’t judge them!!!!
Anyway…Here’s one last look at my secret lair, in it’s secret location in my room I mean…it’s secret location in the world.
I went to school today, but that was the easy part. I mean how bad is a muffin in the morning and a turkey cheese sandwich for lunch. Not too bad. I worked on a turkey feather collage and played with cars and scooters at gym time. BUT….The time after school was the rough stuff.
First of all…..my wife came home with me. Enough said on that.
My artistic vision was lost today. I couldn’t figure out what to doodle on my doodle pad. It was sad and made me feel poopy. Oh where, oh where did my muse go?
Then I couldn’t decide what to wear, so I went to my mommy’s closet. What was I even thinking? Her clothes don’t fit me. Plus….I have better taste.
I did find this questionable high heel shoe in her closet. It looked like Minnie Mouse’s shoe on steroids. On the upside, I found something to use as a hammer.
And finally…..I was clueless about putting my pajamas on. It’s not like riding a bike. It’s not. Okay….Maybe it is. I don’t know how to do that either. Not yet.
DAY 33: Here I am working on my circle skills. This is not trickery courtesy of my mommy. That is my handiwork people.
No school on Tuesday cause the grownups around here had to use the schools to do something called voting. They had to go fill in someone else’s circles. Mommy and Daddy must have been embarrassed because they had to hid behind a curtain to do it. Then someone gave them a sticker when they were done. Sounds crazy to me.
I hide and do things. I don’t get stickers.
DAY 34: This was Wednesday. Today was picture day at my school. I don’t need to worry about my looks, so I decided to keep working on my circle skills.
Time for school.
Bringing my pad with me.
Oh shitake mushroom!
Who put that drop there?
I got this.
Okay. Can you put the camera down and help me down these steps? You know I can only keep my eyebrows up like this for so long.