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  • That’s hilarious! I actually thought, when I first saw the picture, that she had really young eyes…but who wants to question an old woman to see if she’s really old?

  • That’s…that’s…well, that’s just really, really odd.
    The tip off might have been the “if lost call” bit on the nametag. I kept waiting for you to tell me that she was really lost.
    Man you people are wacko down there. Say what you will about us Northerners, but man, that’s wacked. πŸ˜‰

  • Does “person”ality limit us to making an appearance as alternate human selves? Because, you know, ever since you turned us on to star nosed moles, I, uh…nevermind.

  • Now THAT is funny! Thanks for sharing.
    xoxoxo

  • I have reached the age where I couldn’t do that, make-upwise, without hurting my own feelings. Cinema verite, ya know? It’s fine when you’re 20. Mid-40s, one clings to one’s illusions with a super-glue grip. My chin is so NOT doing that.
    Go Seta–you mad, mad lady, you!
    Ann, did you seriously take the bait? That’s awesome acting!
    And am I the only non-Nashvillian wondering whether you guys don’t have perhaps a little too much time on your hands???
    Just sayin. xoxo Kay

  • OMG…..I love her – Sela that is. And to think that this morning I didn’t even know that there would be such a thing as a “Windy City Winding Party” in Chicago – my Chicago. Now, I find out that I can come as someone else………woo hoo!!!!

  • I thought that Beauty Shop hair looked like a wig! What a hoot! Sounds like you have a fun knitting group!

  • Wow. Wow. Wow. That is awesome.
    I’m coming for Thanksgiving next year as Batman…

  • I am sitting here moaning that I will not be in Chicago that day.

  • Tell Seta that she is welcome to come with you as soon as you make arrangements for a meet-up in Northern California. You and Kay are hereby officially invited to drop in at my house anytime you are out this way…and even to invite your friends here to knit. πŸ˜‰

  • Ohhhh, someone did that to me once, and I totally fell for it. He didn’t come to knit, but dressed up (down!) as a creepy rubby and came to a party at my house. Lucky for me he had neglected to disguise his pearly white teeth…

  • It’s an alternate universe,isn’t it ?
    I’ll just get back to the sick child [AGAIN !] and the pile of stuff that needs doing…

  • So, since you have scheduled the Windy City party when I am out of town (snif! I will forgive you for that…eventually) does this post mean I get to send a stand-in? Because only Susan and Mary Neal would know it wasn’t me, and I bet I could bribe them with yarn.

  • That’s a little too Mama’s Family for me. Does Vicki Lawrence know about this?

  • LOL! Every time I think about this, I chuckle again. Did she have old lady perfume on, too?

  • Ack! Old lady perfume! Well, this is a good story. I like the description of her hose.

  • ahh i love a surprise ending. cute story, thanks for the laugh. πŸ™‚

  • I nearly choked on my cough drop when I read the “BABKA? VODKA!” part. Suddenly, I want a friend like Corabel.

  • This is just priceless…I don’t know any of you but I love you people!

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