Saturday, January 21, 2012


I have some little elves who live at my house.  Mostly I don't see them but I know they are there.  Especially the one who live under the bed and takes care of the dust bunnies.  He must do such a good job of feeding them as they multiply rapidly.  I'm so glad to know he is on the job as I rarely have time to think about them.

Then I have the one who is charge of leaving greasy finger prints on the electrical outlets and smudges around the door handle especially close to the garage.  But he is very thoughtful and he usually confines himself to small areas so I don't mind him so much. 

But I do have one elf who is up for adoption.  He is the one who lurks in the bathroom closet and hides all the toilet paper.  I know it has to be him because the kids who used to use the toilet paper to wipe up tipped over drinks, puppy drool, and spilled nail polish are long on their own.  Also, no toddlers who think it is a great ribbon to decorate the hallway.  With just two adults in the house I know we couldn't possibly leave every toilet paper holder in three bathrooms empty and none in the closet.  So who wants to adopt this elf.  Shipping is free.

 Have great weekend everyone.


nancygrayce said...

He visits our house a lot! Especially the under the bed elf!

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

Yes, I know for sure I have one of those bust bunny elves visiting under my bed , he's been very
busy ! he he

"Auntie" sezzzzzz... said...

Oh NO! No thank you. I do not want to adopt that particular Elf. I have enough troubles with the same thing, here, already.

Yikes. No. Please don't send him here!

-gigggles- Very cute post.

"Childhood, catching
our imagination when it
is fresh and tender,
never lets go of us."

~J.B. Priestley

Chatty Crone said...

Oh my gosh I have a big one - it seems I am changing our 3 toilets every day - no one else knows how to do it here. sandie

Shelia said...

Hi Stella! Well, at least you've got your little stinker! He visits me too but I can't find him! ;)
To answer your question - the dough is easy to just take a little ball and roll it between your hands into the long shapes and then I just kinda poke the ends in so they'll look better.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Rose @ Confessions of a Curbshopaholic said...

LOL, cute post! He must have some relatives staying at my house, we have the same problem. My husband usually blames it on the dogs though. ;)

Sallie ( said...

Those are very cute elves, but I have a few of my own thank you very much. So no sale! Adorable post. (The TP thing especially strikes close to home -- we used to blame things on the kids that still kept happening wayyy after they'd all grown up and gone)