Occasionally I ask Seth to put my sheitel away (if I come home and my head is killing me, for example, and I don't want to traipse upstairs). It doesn't happen that often because he doesn't put it on the head form very well and it saves me stress if I don't have to see that. ;) But a week or two ago I had a splitting headache and I asked him to take it upstairs in favor of a comfy snood.
Later, when I was feeling better, I ventured upstairs and went into the bathroom to brush my teeth. Not only had he done a decent job putting the sheitel on the head form, he'd remembered to put the pins in it to hold it in place. The sheitel is held onto the form with long, thick stick pins. He had placed the pins in such a way that it looked like a Martian. All it needed were glittery balls on the ends of the pins. :)
I asked Seth if he'd done it on purpose, because, really, it was awfully funny looking, but it was an accident, which made it even funnier. Or maybe it made it less funny. I'm not sure. Take your pick.
So the next morning, I went into the bathroom, and he had pinned a note on the "face" that said "Take me to your Leader!" I immediately burst out laughing. Every few days (sometimes more often) the note mysteriously changes. There's been:
"Take me to your Leader"
"We mean no harm to your Planet!"
"Where's the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth-shattering Kaboom!"
"Mars needs Women!"
and then there was todays message:
"Little Green Man, 'bout 4 foot 1; Maybe he wants to have some fun"
I may have that last one a little wrong. Apparently, it's from a song. Apparently, I'm not cool enough to know what the kids are listening to these days.
I'm particularly proud of "where's the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth-shattering Kaboom!" And now, I want to go find Loony Toons on DVD. There must be some, right?