In a case of mistaken identity, Crash and Mars found themselves tossed into a cardboard recycling container - the cut-outs are actually coroplast. Who knew?
I had no choice but to climb in and rescue them, but the experience must have put Mars in shock. She didn't say a word to me ALL day.
No sooner did I drag their skinny butts out of the recycling bin than did they try to fly the coop. Again.
Listening to them on the radio, I'd never have guessed they'd be so...flighty.
I tucked them into the backseat to keep an eye on them, threatening that if they didn't stay put, I'd crush them, along with my pop cans, milk cartons and other recyclable goods. I must not have used enough force in my voice, because Mars convinced Crash to check out the MyTech Framing crew who are building a training centre for autistic children on the West End.
Since my charity of choice is the Young Alberta Book Society, and MyTech is clearly working on a project geared for kids, I couldn't get too upset. So, I decided to work out my frustrations at the gym.
Sadly, despite my best efforts to cheer on the dynamic radio duo, I had to carry them for most of the racquetball game.
And it was like their feet were stuck to the pedals or something during Spin class.
Byt the time the night was over, I was grateful for their continued silent treatment. Something tells me it's going to be a long 10 days. *sigh*
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The Book In My Bag Today: Radiant Shadows, Melissa Marr