Friday, February 17, 2012

I feel so honored!

First of all I would like to thank the ladies at Homeschool Ryan Gosling for believing in my idea....

Now here's the story behind the finished work of art. A couple of weeks ago, my brother and his family came to visit me. Since the diamond floor tiles in the guest wing were being buffed, my school room had to do double duty as a guest room. This resulted in our school week starting a little later than usual (I didn't hear anyone complaining). On that first day of our school week, I happened upon Homeschool Ryan Gosling via Pundit and Pundette. Of course it made me laugh out loud, so I posted a link on our blog with the tag, "Hey girl. Here comes another long week of home schooling. Need some inspiration?" Immediately after posting that I realized it was Wednesday, so I quickly adjusted the post so as not to look like an idiot. (I know, I know, that's far beyond the powers of a mere keyboard.) Anyway, the rest, as they say, is history, Girl!


  1. It's funny because it's true.
    Does this mean we're nixing Homeschool Richard Armitage? (Hint: The correct response is "no").

  2. No, but I think your original caption takes it in the right direction - "Housekeeping Richard Armitage", maybe. "Hey Girl. It's okay that I had to climb over a pile of laundry the size of an igloo only to discover I have no shirts left in the closet. You knew I wasn't planning to wear a shirt to work today...because you get me."

  3. Lolz!

    I just saw your HSRG entry and thought, can there be two Mrs. Beazlys? Of course not! Excellent job. Another good one that hits a little too close to home:

    1. Thanks, Jill. Given my recent output around here, I'm beginning to doubt there is even one Mrs. Beazly. My inspirations are "far and in between," as an acquaintance once phrased it. But I'm glad HSRG liked this one enough to publish it.

      I also laughed out loud at the "Jail for kids" post.

  4. Hi Jill, thanks for posting. Mrs. B, it's the quality of posts that counts. (Which means I'm 0 for 2...) And hey, girl. I totally love the idea of "Housekeeping Richard Armitage". Let's get on that.