Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Cutbacks....

The Annual Meeting & Inventory of Madamoiselle's Strollers
Mac the Oldest most mature stroller takes center stage to give the State of the Union to the other strollers in Madamoiselle's collection.

Mac: My fellow strollers, I would like to thank you for attending our annual meeting. We recognize Baby Roller Hand who is in attendance representing the collection of doll sized strollers. You have all served so diligently this past year. I am sure you have heard that these are uncertain times. There is economic uncertainty everywhere... as you have noticed this has meant there has only been one new addition to the collection over the past year. Plus, the addition of Mr. Boy's bike has hurt us bad... real bad... So with a heavy heart... some of you are going to be let go. You've all worked hard, and if we could keep you all... we would. But Mr. Man.. he's never been a fan of the large number of us and he says there are just too many of you and not enough kids to utilize you all. You'll find new work, I'm sure of that.... Good Night & Good Luck

6 comments:

Brooke said...

You are a crack-up.

stacy said...

I am drooling... I bought a new stroller last week and thought of you. You would laugh if I told you the identity of the very cheap, not cool, non European stroller I bought. You can tell Mr. Man that I have the children to utilize strollers and mu husband still won't let me buy a good one.

Mary said...

OH NO!!!!

Are you doing okay??? Do you need to talk about it??

You're in my prayers.

(I'm glad that Baby Roller Hand was there to support you.)

Beth said...

You picked a bad, bad vice- they're too big to hide from the hubster!

Karlea said...

Oooo...pretty strollers! That is one impressive collection. We may need to take you to stroller AA meetings to cope with the loss. I can offer chocolate!

Lisa said...

I LOVE IT! I love how you blog about it! Its a sad day, getting rid of a stroller (unless its really dead like the last one I had and gave up on). The memories! What do you do with them now? Craigs list or something? I know of a relative of ours who could use one (no, not me)...let me know if you need a hint on who...