Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Working With Eduardo

I am working hard for Eduardo today. I am snoopervising.

What am I snoopervising, you ask? Well, a while ago, mom stepped on PlusOne's Lego Star Wars toy. She has to rebuild it. Here it is in the process of being rebuilt.

PlusOne received this toy from his cousin without the instructions. A quick email to Lego & voila! 137 squillion pages of instructions.

And if mom can't find a piece, well, then she has plenty of spare parts to look through. Except for the piece that PlusOne put it in HIS SWEATHSIRT POCKET! Sigh! Beans!


Karen Jo said...

I think it's a good thing that you are snoopevising your Mom. That job looks complicated to me. Was the one part that she really needed the one in PlusOne's pocket? That's the way it usually works out.

Suzuki said...

Ouch... Looks like a big job fur your Mum. It's a good thing you are snoopervising.
Big licks to you

Melissa and Emmitt said...

oh my goodness!

that looks complicated! roxy, you have the coolest mom ever!

m & e

Pearl said...

Thank God you're there to supervise, Roxy! That looks like quite a bit of work!

Tee said...

Woo, that's quite a project ... i hope your supervising don't mean chewing on those tiny bits ... they do look rather tempting ...

Licks and Wags

Tuffy of the Dog Woods Pack

Chase said...

Roxy make sure you don't eat any of the pieces thinking they are treats! Good luck to your mom putting that thing back together!

Sniffs and licks,


Anonymous said...

Haha oh no! And is that the one piece your mom needs to finish? :)

Good snoopervising - make sure you get a cookie!

Punchbugpug said...

Wow, that's quite a task for mom!

Eduardo said...

OMD you & your Mommy are both working really hard! Keep up the great work!
Hugs & Snugs
Eduardo the Snuggle Puggle

The Meezers said...

you are doing a wonderful job snoopervising!

Liss said...

Oh what fun, my nephew is really into legos.

Angus Mhor said...

Good Golly! Where was that toy doin' where it could be stepped on? My mom says there are not enough neurons in her braincase to even ATTEMPT re-assembling that toy. Even if she had ALL the pieces!