Thursday, August 17, 2006

Thirteen Things My Grandmother's Generation Would Say About My Generation

1. That curio cabinet is just a glorified what-not stand.

2. Sushi? You mean you pay this much for bait and then you actually eat it? Well, I never!

3. God did not want you to expose your midriff for the world to see.

4. Speaking of exposing- What on earth was that Spears girl thinking? Her poor ole' mama.

5. Let me get this straight. You were in labor for how long, had access to narcotics, and you turned them down????!!!!!

6. Are you actually trying to pass off those frozen biscuits for homemade?

7. Never wear white after Labor Day. I- don't- care- what- Hollywood- says.

8. Don't be afraid of hard work. But, never let them see you sweat. You go ahead and glisten, girl.

9. Things you must have with you at all times- lipstick, face powder, Kleenex, and grace.

10. Remember, if God said it, that settles it, whether you believe it or not.

11. There are some things that should be left to the imagination.

12. There is a time and a place for all things.

13. This blogging stuff you girls are doing is about the silliest thing I ever heard of! When do you have time to get your hair washed and set on Fridays?

17 comments:

Mama Kelly said...

LOL

my great-aunt who passed away a few years ago, till she died, went and got her hair DONE once a week

we took her to a water park once and I got her on a ride telling her she wouldnt get wet OH BOY was I in trouble for ruining her do

mama kelly
http://purplemoongarden.wordpress.com

BooMama said...

LOVE IT!

scrapbookmom said...

I really think old fashioned becasue I agreew ith Grndma on almost all 13.....except for the blogging. ;)

factor 10 said...

I believe our grandmas would have gotten along like pigs in mud!

Marti said...

Grandma's are the best! I've seen a couple of grandma blogs, they are so cute. :)

Big Mama said...

Great post!

Brenda said...

Love it!

Cindy said...

These are terrific! Love your sense of humor.

...my 2 cents said...

Love your list!! That's really cute!!

Tess said...

hahaha !! my grandma loves me to fix her hair

Susanne said...

LOL how true, how true! Love #2 & #8.

Mama Duck said...

ROTFL!! That's great! Happy TT a little late ;).

Tug said...

This one's good......my daddy being from Alabama & all.

Melissa said...

So funny! I really enjoy your blog!

Norma said...

My husband's aunt insisted women didn't sweat, they glistened.

Great list--you're a listener.

My TT is up.

Happy Mama to Three said...

AMEN From one GRITS to the other. You Said a mouthful girl. Now sit down and shuck that corn there's taters to peel when your done and beans to string. My Lord have mercy child it's picking time.

=-)

Cindi

GRITS (Girls Raised in The South)

Robin said...

My Grandmother was always asking me if I had actually run a comb through my hair back when I wore it messy.

I love your list and #10 in particular.