Monday, March 20, 2006

A Note on Fantasy

So, with one full weekend of March Madness in the books, I look to the brackets to discover that the King's worst nightmare has indeed come true. Not only is the King languishing in the middle of the pack, but The Wife and the Wizard are leading the whole thing. It is a nightmare.

As for the WilkeWorld Book, you may still purchase it by clicking on the link. For those that want to know, it took me a good two weeks of copying/pasting and editing. I added a little narration to help things along and I didn't include every single post as some of them were repetitive and redundant.

Last but not least, I have to tell all of you that when the Queen is sick, the castle goes to pot. I'd clean it up, but I am down and out as well. I hope someone is taking care of the kids.


Blogger John Cowart said...

Repetitive and redundant.... Yes, I think I've heard you say that befor.

2:22 AM  
Blogger Indigo said...

Crap! I never put in my picks! Is it too late? I registered but then got confused (yes, I did graduate college) with the process and never went back to make my picks.

I hope the Wizard is taking care of the kids, I know I'm not on duty this week, you'd better check the calendar.

7:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps the kids are taking care of you?

7:43 AM  
Blogger The Wife said...

All I can say is somebody better send reinforcements fast, it is getting ugly here.

9:54 AM  
Blogger Lucy Stern said...

I wish I could mail you some good ole" Chicken Soup with lots of garlic and onions to help you get well. You know that if I were up there that I would come and get the kids for a few days and let you die in peace. Call the V.T. for some help. Hope you get better soon. Tell Grandpa I am thinking about him too.

3:40 PM  
Anonymous The Wizard of Wilkeworld said...

Things are getting interesting in the Kingdom. The King is so stubborn or (lazy) to go get some medical advice. The Queen has issued an ultimatum to the King, "You go to insta-care, or you go to work, but you are not staying at home any longer". The children are witnessing all of this and they are starting to realize that the only way to get any attention is to fake sickness. It is interesting to see this unfold. You wonder about "harmony in the home", "For better or for worse", "till death do you part" the I realize that the Queen has a new interpretation to this. "Harmony in the home" means if the King is gone, maybe just maybe there will be Harmony in the Home. She means, For better or for worse is to get rid of the King and things might get better, because they can't get any worse. Finally she is starting to think "Till death do we part" might just be the best alternative. The thing that makes me the most upset is I have offered and offered to come to the rescue, but they have refused to let the kids come with me, because they think that I will catch a cold. Blah, blah, blah. By the way, Lucy thanks for your concern, but I am fine and haven't been sick.

3:26 AM  
Blogger Lucy Stern said...

Dear Wizard, You haven't been sick? Ahhhh...The king fibbed.

Dear King, GO TO THE DOCTOR! Listen to your wife! It's as simple as that. If you have a sinus infection, you will need some antibotics. I know you men hate going to the doctor, but you better go, or else!!!

8:28 PM  

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