Stop Trying to Chop Off Your Sister’s Head with Your New Toy Axe While She’s Vomiting onto the Floor of the Shuttle

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  1. velvet girl says:

    I giggled. I lauged. I longed to go to Guatemala. Oh, what a fun post!

    I imagine that the vacation was even more fun. Welcome home, girl!

    -velvet

  2. Glamourpuss says:

    Welcome home. Now we’ve got that out of the way, I have SAD and it’s a ยฃ140 quid lamp or some of your textiles. I know which my bank manager would prefer. Thanks so much.

    Puss

  3. Jazz says:

    I think coatmundis are really cool, as are neighbors who leave food.

  4. furiousBall says:

    Welcome back. Those fabrics are amazing. A coworker just peered over my shoulder when I had the coffee bean worker dudes picture up, he asked, “what sport is that?”

    “That’s called work, now go back to your cube and nap.”

    The cotamundis looks a lot like a ratel, which are vicious animals – if I were you I would have beat that one stupid with your sons plastic axe.

  5. Lee says:

    Despite the pix of you all, I still don’t beleive you were there. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Looks like a ton of fun! Thanks for the tour!

  6. Lone Grey Squirrel says:

    enjoyed the photos. Looks like you had a great time. Look forward to more tales of Guatemala.

  7. emily says:

    awesome post! i love your blog ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. iJim says:

    It’s amazing what photoshop can do: transform a picture of Girl and Niblet at the 42nd Avenue beach into a glam-shot of “guatamala.” Whereever that is.

    How can we tell that’s Niblet in a goatcart? It’s just some kid with his hat backward.

    And that Chardonnay story… as if there are neighbors like that!

    Still, that fabric…

    J

  9. Dorky Dad says:

    Welcome back! So what’d you bring us???

    Besides pictures and funny comments, that is?

    My wife would echo your cabbage statement. First, she’d probably take about 100 pictures of the cabbage fields. Then she’d explain how neglected they are. Then I’d have to eat damn cabbage for a month.

  10. Dave says:

    Oh my Gosh! I can only imagine that sight of the neck chop! I am sure that if a film director reads this, he would find a way to put the scene into his next movie! LOL

  11. Le Nightowl says:

    This sounds like a colourful trip!
    When I need more colour in my life, I know where to go ๐Ÿ™‚
    I loved your “best of” and am looking forward to more tidbits.
    Wonderfully lively, funny and informative, Jocelyn!
    Marie

  12. mist1 says:

    I love those baby slings. I wish someone would carry me around in one.

  13. choochoo says:

    vomiting on vacation is always more fun than it is to do it at home. Even if someone is trying to hack your head off

  14. Steven Novak says:

    Wow…there was a whole lot of good stuff going on in that post!

    Steve~

  15. hyacinths and biscuits says:

    it looks like you had a blast! I’m jealous. How long were you there?

    Also, I’ll trade you neighbors. Mine just throw trash in front of my door. And I didn’t even have to go out of town for that.

  16. Dan says:

    Holy Toledo these are great photos!

    Then, when he really made me crazy with his refusal to pedal his own 45-pounds of pudge, I tied him to a chair in the hotel room.

    Oh yeah! And did you keep him there until he promised to eat a corn tortilla?

    Welcome back! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  17. urban-urchin says:

    Welcome home!!
    You had me laughing out loud with this one. Nice to have you back you’ve been missed.

  18. Anonymous says:

    CRISIS IN GUATAMALA:
    I VIEWED A DOCUMENTARY OF THE COUNTLESS MURDERS/RAPES/MUTILATIONS OF YOUNG WOMEN IN GUATAMALA. THEIR POLICE FORCE ISW ALL CORRUPT AS WELL AS THEIR GOVT. DID YOU HAPPEN TO MEET ANY OF THESE FAMILIES SUFFERING BEC GUATAMALA IS CONSIDERED A MURDERERS PARADISE?

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