Reporting Live from Wisconsin...

Does anyone else see their day-to-day activities in a whole different light right now?  I just found myself sprinting downstairs to put a second load of laundry in the washer and hanging the first load up in record time.  Yep, I'm competing in Olympic laundry events. 

I already know what I'm going to say in my interview with Bob Costas, "You know, Bob, it's just an honor representing my community and my family.  I've been training hard for this moment for the past 8 months and it really is just an treat to be here."

Henry is hoping to compete in Olympic apple wedge gnawing as soon as it becomes a sport.  Ben is going for a personal best in paper grading.

We've all got the fever.

How about you?

5 comments:

Lovely World said...

So true. We have been talking about what events to compete in - usually those events taking more mind power than muscle strength. Of course, we could create a whole craft olympics - events concerning balls of yarn and yards of fabric perhaps?

Heather said...

Yeah, I think that I would go for Olympic sewing, and my sons for backgammon. Such a fun time of year.

melissa said...

oh i do hope that apple wedge gnawing becomes an olympic event!!

it would be an honor to compete against you in olympic laundry-ing.

woot woot for olympic fever!!

cmv said...

yes! the fever is infectious! doesn't the olympics just make everything more exciting!?!

Lindsey said...

I can't get enough. I would love to be able to snow cross, doesn't it look amazing? Really scary though.

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