Tuesday, May 6, 2008


Saturday mornings, when I was a kid, we would wake up early and have about an hour or so of cartoon bliss before having to do the Saturday routine of scrubbing the house clean. The smurfs were among my favorites. The whole la la la la la la la la la la la would just send my cares away as I eagerly waited to see what kind of evil plan Gargamel would come up with, only to be thwarted by Papa smurfs brilliance. A few months ago, some of Daniels employees nicknamed him papa smurf and that got me reminiscing about that wonderful little show from my childhood. I was curious if there was any smurf memorabilia floating around from yester-year, and was brought to the knowledge that the smurfs now are on DVD. Oh the joy! SO today I have been smurfing around and found it at the smurfing store, and am just smurfin excited to smurf the smurfs with my little smurfin kids and share in the smurfin adventures! YEAH FOR SMURFS!!!!!


Cook Zoo said...

LOL! I forgot all about that show and I used to watch it all the time! It drove my dad nuts. I'll never forget when he said "all they do is replace verbs with the word 'smurf' " and I spent the whole rest of the episode thinking, "Oh yeah!" LOL. We even saw the movie and spent the next few weeks dancing around the living room singing "We're gonna smurf a party! We're gonna smurf a party!"

Deb said...

We do the netflix thing and are constantly getting all of the old cartoons that Ian and I use to watch for our kids. We have recently watched Ducktales, Darkwing Duck, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, and the Gummie Bears. The Smurfs is on our list of cartoons to get too. Along with Woody Woodpecker, Muppet Babies, and Tail Spin.