I don't know if any of you kp's will find this amusing , but my youngest daughter has 3 small children. Daughter and her husband are very conservative, they talk politics all the time at the dinner table. She proceeds to tell me the kids were having a argument about something trivial, and the next thing she hears from the youngest, "I'm not a liberal!" ROTFLMAO
What ever happened to kids calling each other poopoo head and other such nonsense?
I was a Girl Scout in the '60's. We had a small dance party at the church where our weekly meetings were held. Dancing the "Pony" to Chubby Checkers last hit of the time, I stepped on my own foot and broke it in two places.
Talking to my youngest gd,about 4-5 years ago, she must have been around 4 years old, I was talking about Miami, FL. ...Sydney asked me, "where is your-ami, Nana?" I ended up ROTFLMAO!
I remember "Little Lulu" because my mother was a friend of the woman who wrote the comic strip, Marge Buell. Shhe went to our church and I remember going to her farm in Chester County, Penna. for lunch and playing in the spring house.
My eldest dgs graduates in a few weeks and he is heading off to Penn State University. So I'm crocheting an afghan in PSU colors, grey, navy, with a little white.
My mother use to say, "Pink sky at night, sailor's delight. Pink sky in the morning, sailors take warning."
Looks like Ingrid Bergman to me too!
My mother taught me this recipe to use up hard boiled eggs from Easter. However, we used bread crumbs and also deep fried.
I would love the pattern for this afghan. My first born dgs will start Penn State in the fall and I would like to make this afghan as his high school graduation gift in Penn State colors, navy and gray. How much yarn in each color, what size hook and is it done in single crochet? I think it is perfect! TIA
I too look forward to your posts. Maybe the person that posted the negative comments is the one depressed! Just a thought, keep 'em coming and thank you for the funnies.
Me too he lived down the road from me in Pennsylvania. Actually a suburb of Philadelphia. His real name is Ernest Evans.
My aide/companion was on vacation this past week. Her replacement was named Passionique! I thought that was very strange! ...and she was very strange!
Can serve with a cheese sauce also...delish!