Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones.
I sorta blogged on this ??? yesterday--see here:http://rainbowcottage.blogspot.com/2007/02/finally-here.html--barbara
I loved it when little Jenna asked us at church yesterday if we were coming to their "super salad party." From her perspective -- having watched her mom get all the food ready for it -- that's exactly what it appeared to be all about.And for all the women gathered in the kitchen, that's pretty much what it was. I'm happy to say that I did not watch one single play and had a perfectly fabulous evening.
rock on, shenaynay.
Who was it that said, "Football is violence, punctuated by committee meetings"? Anyway, I did watch the tail end of the game. Normally, I don't care for either team, but knowing that Peyton Manning contributed to Bob Corker's campaign, and that Barack Obama is cheering for the Bears, did decide my preferences, to some degree. :-)
fa. i'm in line right behind you. sorry i missed the salad party!
It would be cheating, perhaps, for me to identify where the quote comes from, however, by way of a hint, the "sir" is a tad misleading.
of course, it is a P.G. Wodehouse Quote, by Jeeves, but i cant quite remember the book.P.S. I like blue and orange ones.
Right Ho, Jeeves
nice try, folks, but i'm giving you the gong. wodehouse predates super bowls, after all.anybody else wish to guess?
Could it be a presidential reference? If so, I am guessing it was a first lady to Mr. Prez.
Peanuts! Marcie's friend!I like red ones.
YAY! You got it!She says it to Peppermint Patty, which is why she says "sir."
I never got why she calls Peppermint Patty, sir anyway?
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