Greg 'n Keetha Stuff

OK, let's be honest. This is really KEETHA stuff. Sometimes I write about Greg - - - but he has never in his life made one single post of his own. He has occasionally made a comment or two. So - - - come on in and visit with me, Keetha, for a while. I'd love it if you left your foot prints. (Interpretation: COMMENT PLEASE ;-)

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Saga of the PB

Once upon a time, long long ago in a kingdom far far away there lived an overworked, under appreciated, worn out, little waif of a woman. She was in this sad condition from working her fingers to the bone, night and day, day and night, teaching other people's children in a small one room school house, to which she walked in all kinds of weather, up hill both ways, day after long endless day.

One particular year when Thanksgiving rolled around, this poor, sad, worn out, waif of a woman decided to take an eency, weencey, tiny little short cut and BUY pumpkin roll instead of slaving over a hot oven, late into the night, using up her last ounce of energy, just to bake her own homemade pumpkin bread for her family.

But alas, her family members when confronted with the impostor pumpkin roll, openly revolted. They emphatically stated that the unfortunate heroine had given up on ALL her family traditions. They declared the impostor roll unfit to eat. Further, they threatened to never return again to celebrate the joyous occasion with their mother if she EVER tried that trick again.

She learned her lesson well.

Happy Thanksgiving!!!


Blogger Keri said...

WOW overexaggeration all over the place!!!

I would have happily made the pumpkin bread, you should have asked me.

11/21/2007 8:46 PM  
Blogger Keetha said...

Who says the poor little waif is me?!?

Maybe its just a story.


11/21/2007 9:25 PM  
Blogger R House 2 Yours said...

If they didn't come, she wouldn't have to do the turkey either. Maybe she should rethink her position.

11/21/2007 10:29 PM  
Blogger Keri said...

She doesn't do the turkey...she hosts and makes pumpkin bread. =)

11/21/2007 10:31 PM  
Blogger Keetha said...


Now who's exaggerating?

11/22/2007 2:24 AM  
Blogger Anon said...

I fully back up the folks disliking impostors. Home cooking is the only thing acceptable for our family Thanksgiving too!

11/26/2007 10:35 PM  
Blogger Keetha said...

Oh - - - the imposter WAS homemade, just not by me. Greg bought it from someone he works with who was making them to raise money for a missions trip or something.

11/27/2007 4:17 AM  

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