Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Farewell, Esther

It was a bittersweet day at the ayatollah compound. Esther, our polygamist-sect foster child, was reunited with her parents last night. While we were happy to see the smile on her face, we were also saddened by the realization that she hadn't yet had the time to repaint our chimney or repair our leaning fence. Still, the compound has never been cleaner, and we owe a debt of gratitude to Esther and her strong fundamentalist work ethic. God willing, our application for a foreign-exchange student will be approved, and our other household projects will be taken care of in short order.

Before she left, Esther presented Wendell and me with the outfits she had been sewing for us. Wendell, overcome with puppy excitement, immediately tried his on.

"Esther," I barked, "I think I will save mine for a special occasion."


Lucy said...

Wow, he's uh - lookin' sharp in that frock! Go Wendell, let your freak flag fly.

God_Guurrlll said...

wow, I don't know what to say. Interesting outfit Wendell, are you going to grow a ponytail to go with that frock.

sarah s. said...

Well...um....ahem....er......Wendell looks great in blue!

Nevis said...

It isn't a kilt if it's got a blouse-top, Wendell.

JMG said...

Everybody needs an Esther.

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