Monday, December 15, 2008

A Season of Miracles

A few years back I posted this picture of my side of the garage and wrote a few words about the mess. At the time, it stimulated a lot of bragging about your messy places. Well, since this picture was taken, the mess got worse...a lot worse. Last week I decided that I would see what I could do with it during this season of miracles. You will have to imagine that the picture above now contained a shelf unit dab in the middle of it all, that there were three large plastic containers of stuff, and so on. In other words, I faced an unsurmountable obstacle far worse than the picture reveals.

Having had expenses with the Blazer lately, I felt that this elder citizen deserved to have an indoor home during the bone-chilling nights of winter. But could it be done? I remembered something from physics about only one thing occupying one space at a time. That, however, turns out to be a relative statement.

Utilizing the hypothesis that most atoms are space, I believed that by merging atomic structures using quantum mechanics could, in fact, allow a small SUV to be inserted into the picture above. I am proud to say that without the use of a particle accelerater I have melded the atomic structure of my blazer with the chaos you see above.


And just to prove this is not an illusion or a PhotoShop trick:

Pure!

So, yea of little faith: having seen this miracle, can you now dare to believe that governments can act responsibly, that we can end all wars and that all people are kind?

Paddle safe...

DS

5 comments:

JohnB said...

Action pre-procedure, written post-procedure drugs . . . well done! Maybe there's hope for me yet. . .

You got more guts than me trying to back into the space though!

Russ said...

Consider my solution- store everything but the boats themselves in the basement. Garage problem solved!

DaveO said...

Very nice. I gotta do a post on my garage;you've inspired me. Its chaos.

IowaAdmin said...

Oh my! thanks for the photos. Now I can show them to my wife if she ever says I'M too messy or unorganized. :-)

Silbs said...

Always happy to be a role model.