Tuesday, November 11, 2008

A Wine Soap Opera

On a bright sunny day, the Good Daughter





went to meet her Five Friends.





She took her Red Guitar





and sped off on her Red Bicyclette

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On her way, she ran into the Purple Cowboy.





He drove a big Red Truck. (OMG- Check out the cost of this wine. It is cheaper than decent vinegar.)



He was interested in a little Horse Play.





Stop! Or I'll turn you into a Toasted Head.





But he didn't listen. So she turned him into a toasted head.

Oops! She said as she sped off the meet her friends.




10 comments:

Coffee Slut said...

Too cute!
Hope you're having a great day!

Midwest Mommy said...

If I was a cast member in this story it would be one heck of a job :-)

Jodi said...

NOW THAT IS FUNNY!!! You go girl. You are so creative & funny at the same time. Remember I told you from my class the art of "galumphing"...you just did that!!! You made a story out of the wine bottles. I love it!

Nicole said...

This is hilarious!
I wanted to comment earlier, but my Internet said ByeByes ;)
The wine I'm currently drinking is red, comes in a 2 liter bottle and costs me around 1,50 Euro ;)
No headaches, nothing, yumyum :)

mythopolis said...

very funny! Actually, depending how you arranged those bottles I see several scenarios. d.

Scriber's Web said...

Coffee Slut: Thank you! But I should do something more productive with my life. Don't you think?

Midwest Mom: I'll try to find a wine for you!

Jodi: I was wondering what galumphing was:) Glad you liked it.

Nicole: I truly envy your wine choices!

Mythopolis: Go for it! Write up a story with wine names. I bet you'd be great at it.

blogITSE said...

what can i say...wau! i like wine, good stories...here you have both! nam! :-)

Ballerina Girl said...

This is so funny! I can't believe some of these names!
BG

Eiri said...

Hiya! My sister is attending the same internet photography course as you and she sent me the link to your blog because of this wine soap opera. I just loved it! I then started reading the previous writings and must confess I'm a fan already! I love the way you write, it's funny, a bit sarcastic at times, extremely entertaining. You can bet on me being a regular reader from now on!
Saludos desde Madrid, Spain! Eiri

Nicole said...

:D
Not that much of a choice here in our rural area, but I guess, I am lucky :D
Many local people selling the stuff from their own "farms" too.
:)