Fortunately, I have a sweet ten-year-old son with autism.
Unfortunately, a significant manifestation of his autism is a glaring lack of impulse control.
Fortunately, Luke discovered a love for building vehicles out of wood kits.
Unfortunately, the wood must be painted.
Fortunately, Luke loves to paint.
Unfortunately, I turned my back.
Fortunately, he only emptied two containers of acrylic paint.
Unfortunately, black and John Deere Green do not match my kitchen floor, even if the footprints tracked around it were kind of cute.
Fortunately, Luke knew this had to be cleaned up and tried to do it by himself!
Unfortunately, he’s not very good at it yet.
Fortunately, he obeyed immediately when I told him to go wash up in the bathroom.
Unfortunately, a brand new container of hair spray was left out on the container.
Fortunately, he left the hairspray alone.
Unfortunately, he opted for the Vaseline instead.
Fortunately, he washed his hands.
Unfortunately, he unloaded the entire Vaseline container into the sink drain.
Fortunately, Luke recognized that he needed to change his painted clothes.
Unfortunately, I have not done laundry and his backup pair of shorts was not clean.
Fortunately, he looked for his gray shorts.
Unfortunately, he looked by dumping out all of the clothing in the laundry room – both clean and dirty.
Fortunately, he found a pair of pajama bottoms as an adequate substitute.
Unfortunately, his search resulted in a 3-foot-deep sea of laundry.
Fortunately, I don’t mind folding laundry.
Unfortunately, I didn’t know the water in the bathroom was still on.
Fortunately, my husband heard it.
Unfortunately, Vaseline makes an amazing hydrophobic plug.
Fortunately, I am very experienced in flood cleanup.
Unfortunately, water was already pouring from the ceiling in the basement, filled the vanity drawers, and created a very effective wading pool in the bathroom.
Fortunately, I now have clean drawers.
Fortunately, laundry is now all sorted and clean clothes are folded.
Fortunately, my kitchen floor got a nice wipe down.
Fortunately, I love my son!