Once upon a time, on the warmest Saturday Cleveland has seen since Halloween, a gorgeous mother sent her handsome husband to his office to fill root canals and gathered her beautiful children for an impromptu field trip downtown. (Oh hush. I'm in a bad mood & that makes me smile.)
The weather was glorious and the children jumped in puddles of melted snow. The young family enjoyed the warmth of the sun on their cheeks and even exposed their mitten-less fingers to the air. There was no reason to rush home that Saturday morning so they frolicked around the city and were thankful for mother natures good grace.
Upon returning to their suburban fortress the gorgeous mother heard water coming from a near distance. She smiled knowing that her beautiful baby had an obsession with brushing her teeth and must have forgotten to turn the faucet off. But this was not so. The sound of water dripping did not originate in the bathroom.
"It's an emergency, handsome husband, you must come home." The gorgeous mother cried into the phone. The husband knew it was important for the mother never called him at work and so he was forced to cancel his afternoon patients and rush home to save the day.
In the meantime, inside the suburban fortress, the older two beautiful children ran around trying to locate towels and buckets while the mother pushed a blue plastic baby pool in place under the leaking ceiling in the computer room. With the pool in place the youngest beautiful child threw toys inside the pool assuming it was play time while the gorgeous mother ran around the house in stilettos accessing the damage done to her computer room, master bathroom retreat above, and enormous basement playroom below.
"Hurry handsome husband. The sun is melting the snow on our roof so fast it's raining on all three floors of our suburban fortress."
The children sang, "It's raining, it's pouring, the old man is snoring..." as the handsome husband effortlessly peeled away at the soiled ceiling made up of incredibly beautiful molding.
The family watched as the pool gathered three inches of water and called their home insurance company's hotline. "We will send an agent out first thing Monday morning in the meantime take pictures and video of the damage." The operator was unaware that the gorgeous mother had already circulated pictures and video throughout the world wide web on twitter, facebook, and youtube.
At the end of the day, the handsome husband and gorgeous mother were very thankful that they still had 3/4 of a roof over their beautiful childrens' heads.