Monday, March 10, 2008

Day 4 of GIVEAWAY!

Ladies, Ladies, Ladies.... Some of you are having way too much fun at these blog parties! I am really enjoying all of your answers! Lots of music I have never heard but look forward to doing so soon! Don't forget to check out the sites of the people commenting here and my faves! I would especially like you to check out PVE DESIGN, she is an amazing artist and writer!
We have a winner for the soap bottle....Sudz! Congrats!
Giveaway: Your choice of the keychains shown above! JUST COMMENT ON THE QUESTION TO BE ENTERED!
Today's Question: When your hypochondriac/drama queen 9 year old comes to you, pulls out her bottom lip (showing beautiful teeth and gums) and tells you she thinks she has GUM DISEASE, how do you react? Really... how do you handle the drama queens or kings in your life? I need help!
My answer: I laughed hysterically, almost fell out of my chair, and called everyone I knew to tell them! This caused more drama with the little queen, but what doesn't?


CindyPTN said...

What cute key chains. I'll keep coming back. You're very artistic yourself. I have a drama king and queen going right now in the background. They're working on seeing who could cause more noise. I typically ignore it if there's no life threatening actions involved. Once the tears or screams calm down. We try to talk. Of course this is a 2 and 3 year old, so there's not too much drama, yet.

I'm loving party!!!

dolls123 said...

I would tell her that you need to call the dentist to schedule surgery.

My drama queen is now 18.

dolls123 (at) gmail (dot) com

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

I would ask her why she's concerned.

Very springy in here!

Renee said...

Well, my drama queen is slighty younger than yours - but I normally say something to the effect of " Well if you have gum disease then I guess we won't be able to go to gymnastics today!" That normally turns the situation around!

momofmhasr said...

We have one like that, I would ask if she would like me to scrap the gdisease off her gums with a butter knife. I am a bit of a Drama Queen myself. Cute key chain.

pve design said...

Bring out the drill and plug it in, that will get your drama queen running!

M.KATE said...

can i give away something to you also, hop over if you have the time, cheers and have a fabulous week ahead :)

hazel said...

Love all the comments! You have made me feel so blessed to be part of this blog thing.

Life's an adventure said...

First of all, your stuff is amazing!
Secondly, your 9 year old DQ sounds so much like my 10 year old DQ. Unfortunately, I would probably laugh hysterically too about the gum disease. My DQ hates the dentist so all I would have to say is let's go get it checked out by the dentist and it would be over. However if it had to do with taking medicine she would make the condition worse. That kid loves medicine - she's odd let me tell you!

Tres Poshe Preppy said...

Hi! Thanks for stopping by. You have such nice things!

M.KATE said...

Hi hazel...tks for dropping by, kindly send ad add to my mail,, and oh, i have 2 girls 10 & 11..cant think of what to answer at the moment, but they do have all sorts of weird questions which I had to crack my head at times :)