That faint whiff of vinegar following me...
Wednesday, March 2, 2011



....would be because my daughter Lauryn apparently needed a good spot to store a half-eaten dill pickle.  She decided my purse was just the place!  I found it after it lived there a couple of days.  (Yes, my purse is a black hole.  A dill pickle is merely a sampling of the things I've found in its depths.)

In other Lauryn news, please say a prayer for her today as she is getting tubes in her ears, and her tonsils and adenoids removed.  We appreciate prayers for a quick recovery!



There's the patient, posing with one of the many pajamas that her Gigi mailed her so she could 
rest and recover in style!  Thanks Gigi! (aka great-grandma) 






3 Comments:
Blogger Tina had this to say:

you're looking so grown up, lauryn! i have no doubt you'll milk this situation for all it's worth!!! bring on the new pjs...

March 2, 2011 at 9:27 AM 


Blogger Princess Lilac had this to say:

Miss Starr, I'll be praying for Lauryn! When I had my tonsils and adenoids taken out (which was the best thing in the world for me, seriously, at age 22-- no more tonsilitis!) I lived off of chocolate Boost. I loved it both room temp and cold. Great stuff. Wonderful on an empty stomach. Hope you find something awesome for Lauryn to be "treated" to as she recovers. ^_^

March 2, 2011 at 11:54 AM 


Blogger Cash Clan Japan had this to say:

This really tickled my funny bone. HA! Okay, but my first thought was a recollection of you and that horrible smell when we ate at LJS in high school; you always stunk up my car with your vinegar on your fish!!! :-)

March 9, 2011 at 12:17 PM 


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