Wednesday, October 5, 2011

My Big Fat Greek Family

The ancient Greeks used to paint their lovely marble works bright, garish colors.


Apparently they aren't the only ones who prefer colored statuary.


It would seem my children share their sentiments.


Look on the bright side...at least I wasn't all that fond of the bench in the first place...

It's permanent, in case you were wondering.

10 comments:

Jennae said...

Hahaha!

Steph said...

Oh no!! It's funny, because I was wondering if it was...permanent, I mean. Oh boo! How did they wrangle not one, but two(!) permanent markers out in the front yard and then have enough time to decorate??! Crazy kids. I suppose no one has ever doubted that your kids were mischievous and oh, so colorful (hee, hee pun intended ;)

kristin said...

Hehehehe. Apparently, your kids are just more cultured than most. Good thing you can paint it white or something...

Catherine said...

Time to break out the spray paint.

Chrissy said...

perfectly festive the little graffiti artists.
I can give them some tips I've done a couple tags in my day

Alabama Apples said...

Oh no! Even as I'm saying that, I'm laughing...hard. I think I even may have snorted once. Hmmm... permanent?? Uggh! I'm so sorry! I must say, their use of pattern was nice, though. ;) I agree with your friend, break out the spray paint and fix that baby up. Then, maybe IT will get pinned!!

Kim said...

you know, at least they've got a pattern going on. ;)

The Wright's said...

Love the pattern! It was obviously done by a semi-educated child (who just might possibly know better?!) Such fun! These are the days...

Halley Carol said...

It must be a sign that my future-elementary-arts-teacher is coming out when I look at it and think nothing of the damage done but - Wow! They Did a great job with the consistent pattern!

Aubrey said...

Heheheheh - if it makes you feel any better I can't figure out how to get the pen-mark off my walls. In my house. Ugh.