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Thursday, April 14, 2016

My Daughter said that this looked like something that I would do ...


Heh heh heh!  Yep.


3 comments:

Lisa Lane said...

I love that!!! If you order one...get two, I will pay you for one, Ken needs it! : P I think I would love to meet your daughter...her humor is spot on! Hahahaha

James Zachary said...

Below is a copy-and-paste of my respones when she texted me a photo of the sign with her comments ...


"Oooooooooo I want one! Steal it for me! God will forgive you. (How is that for a campaign promise?)"


Lisa, you would indeed love my Daughter and my Granddaughter; my family's "Down Home" DNA is strong in the both of them. I never have to guess what they think about me (grin). They would love you and Ken.

Lisa Lane said...

That campaign promise is more honest than any I have heard in my lifetime! And I freely admit, that I asked my son to steal something for me too...it was a ridiculous item, that I knew he would never do...LOL...A ginormous pink elephant holding a martini glass in his trunk...he (my son) would have needed a semi to move it....lol : P

What a lovely compliment, and I thank you kind sir! One day our paths may yet cross. Ya just never know. : )