Meanie: AKA: Chuck

Baby dwaygun

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Jeepers Creepers...Where'd you get them Salt & Peepers Shakers?

Diz iz Ol Sawtee & Cap'n Peppow dat Mawmaw gotz foh Ant Ewee wen dee wuz uhbowt 10, oh sow. Ant Ewee wuz 10 not mawmaw. Now, Ant Ewee iz in huh 40's doh day ah owd butt day steow dood wunz! Ant Eweee hazn't unpakt dem fwum huh moov yet doh.
Mawmaw went tu NuJuzee tu meet huh penpaow an datz wen dee daw duh Ohsun fow duh vewee fuzt tym. Dee dez dee bwot back Atlantic Ohsun watow an kelp in a jaw butt it dunk tu bad doh dee had tu fwoh it owt! hehehe
Me doh gwad Ant Ewee steow haz deez!


At 10:15 AM, Blogger A.Bananna said...

lol! cute cute cute!! good memories! :) now aunt ellie has a ton of salt and pepper shakers! lol

At 12:02 PM, Blogger Chewy said...

The ocean must have been quite the site for her to sea... er... see.
I love the salty, fishy smell of the ocean.

One time I saw Lake Ontario. That was the biggest lake I had ever seen.

Wonder where the biggest toilet is? ha-ha-ha!

At 7:35 PM, Blogger Neo said...


At 9:34 PM, Blogger Lee Ann said...

Old Salty! I like that!

At 6:01 AM, Blogger Ms. Creek said...

i love the bronze light houses your momma gave me, too! and i really love snow white and dopey and the duckies in the bath tub and on and on! She's given me bunches...guess that's why i have over 250 sets!

Meo, you need to learn baby dragon talk!

At 9:28 AM, Blogger A.Bananna said...

250?? wow!!! do you have any palm trees?? I love palm trees!! next time I am out and about I will have to look for some more for you! not palm tree ones though. :) I will keep those! lol.

At 1:45 PM, Blogger velvetginger said...

i have some from Villiage Inn in Gillette about 10 years ago...want em? tee hee
nice bwog meanie

At 5:03 PM, Blogger Lynetta said...

Meanie, you're tagged! Come to my blog...

At 7:25 PM, Blogger Koobuss said...

Oh boy,

Who are they? They sure look scary to me!

Koobuss Kisses,

At 4:37 PM, Blogger david mcmahon said...

Movers and shakers. The guy is (literally) an old sea salt!


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