Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Quik Note

Work has been crazy busy so I haven't been very active in the blogsphere, but I just wanted to say that the common or "poor" Cherokee cabin below was a typical size for a family of six.

14 comments:

Stacy The Peanut Queen said...

Six?

Six whole adult people???

Damn...and I thought The Peanut Palace was too damn small!

Wow....well, I guess a family has to do what a family has to do.

mal said...

OK explain to me what "I gotta life" means...*L*

never apologize for having one

It is amazing how our minimum expectations have risen from generation to generation

Leesa said...

Thanks for kicking us in our collective pants. Makes one wonder why we need "spare rooms" at all.

Angie said...

I'll never complain about MY life again!

patti_cake said...

Totally understand that "gotta life - i'm busy thing." :)
I think I forgot to mention that I've joined the Half Nekkid crowd at hnt506.blogspot.com I don't want to post a link from my regular page

Just Some Gal said...

I can't believe you're working...at work.

Sheesh.

PBS said...

When I was growing up, there was a family who lived in a one-room cabin in the woods sort of like the one you've pictured. They had at least six kids! Most adults looked down on them as "white trash" but we kids all got along with them (the kids in that family) just fine!

hellbunny said...

For six people.That would of made it very cosy or maybe i should say cramped.

BBB_0202020 said...

Still cant see the pics


*crying silently to myself*

Mel said...

Missed you too ... was aimin' too high ... heh... yeah it's early so ... ya'know..
What cabin? NO PIC!!!

GirlGoyle said...

Looks a bit breezy for my taste. And how exactly do they make more children when the ones they already have are hangging off the side of the loft? Is that appropriate?

Saur♥Kraut said...

NP, I've been swamped this week! Glad the weekend's finally here!

Death Warmed Over said...

My house looks just like that place, minus the roof of course.
Cades Cove?

Joe said...

I will never, ever, complain about clutter again.

Hope things get better at work soon.