Uncle Julie Says…

In power groups last week, Julie exhorted us to “remember to leave your worries and burdies with the Lord!”

As of late, she has been struggling with a little problem in which she tack on a/an “ie/ey” onto just about everything she says. This small spoonerism provokes much laughter from Daisy, of course!

“Phrasies” heard from Uncle Julie in the last 10 minutes:

“What’s going to get the stain out the best? Era or Tidey?”

“Should I add ‘like cornstarchy’ to my hypothesis?”


6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. QuirkyQ-t's
    Nov 02, 2006 @ 17:02:00

    hey look dasiy i’m commenting on your blog…how crazy is that…anyway i was just going to comment so that you felt like people really do read your blogs…cuz i do i just dont always comment…brandi


  2. jules
    Nov 06, 2006 @ 14:36:00

    c l e a r l y
    i scared everyone



  3. Daisy
    Nov 06, 2006 @ 15:49:00

    Yeah, Jules, and this has to be the time when I won’t be able to post another one for a couple more days…isn’t that annoying? Oh well. Good thing you are beautiful anyway!


  4. Kelsea
    Nov 06, 2006 @ 16:18:00

    hehehe! I was going to comment but thought you were sick of me always checking your blog/leaving dumb comments. have an extra-special day and smile for me!!
    PS. I love you


  5. Daisy
    Nov 06, 2006 @ 16:23:00

    hehehe! Yeah right, I love your comments! It brightens my day to hear from you. Thanks, it’s been a refreshing day in the Lord. He is good–always–but too often I don’t recognize it and worship Him through it.


  6. jules
    Nov 06, 2006 @ 19:02:00

    O! i remember šŸ™‚ when i was home, we went into town, and i saw a billboard that said “midwest wireless” and i said “hey! that’s where my phone’s from – midwest wireley!” hahahaaa šŸ˜‰ and i was like – I KEEP DOING THAT! hahaa… (i’ve been trying to remember the funny thing i was going to tell you ever since i got back, and i am so glad i finally remembered it!)


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