Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Laugh Out Loud

Thanks to Jennifer
for facebooking  this one
from Crossville, TN.

Living vicariously
here in Utah,
is the only way
I can get my 
church sign fix.


There are so many things I miss about the South.
My in-laws.
My sister.
My friends.
The kids' schools
and the familiar faces there.

Today I am really missing
Sister Schubert's rolls.

Yesterday the girls were
making a fuss over a bug that
got into the kitchen.

LG reasoned with them.
"C'mon guys,
you grew up in the South,
this little bug is nothin'."

I made a mental note
to enjoy Utah's
buglessness
a little more.

8 comments:

Dave and Loralee said...

Sister Schuberts rolls are in the freezer section at walmart. I promise. discovered them while living in cleveland :) we have to purchase many tins of them. one is NOT enough!
also, the church at the bottom of the hill on state street coming from lindon into pleasant grove will have funny church sayings occasionally. check 'em out!

ShEiLa said...

I really miss seeing these signs... like you used to post regularly from K-town, TN.

This one is great!!!!!

ToOdLeS.

Janice said...

I buy Sister Schubert's rolls here in Utah at Smiths in the freezer section.

Janice said...

Also, there is a Catholic church by our house that has great signs.

Alice Wills Gold said...

Oh thank you Loralee and Janice. I will check it out.

In TN, at Sam's, they have huge bags of 30-40 rolls for like $6. Once I discovered them I started baking rolls half as much..they are just as good if not better than mine.

And I have taken pictures of the very sign you speak of Loralee, but it hasn't been too funny yet.

Milt and Jo said...

That was great! I saw some interesting church signs when I lived in the South. I see a few good ones around here too.

Lori said...

That sign is great. I never see very funny ones. Tennessee misses you too.

TeacherFromTN said...

Your kids' school misses them too! Hope all is well with the Gold family. I love that we can keep up with you through your blog and Facebook. Tell the girls Mrs. Durfee says hello and sends a hug!