Sunday, February 5, 2012

Favorite sister?

“Mom! I was NOT talking about her behind her back!”

Glare.

“I don’t WANT to tell you what I said.”

Glare.

“Fine then! All I said was that she’s getting so fat her skin looks like it’s…”

Glare.

“What? What?!? You told me to tell you what I said about her! I just said that’s it no wonder she’s getting so fat…”

Glare.

“No. I won’t apologize. She’s always been your favorite...that’s why you put her right by the stem and she hogs all the..”

Glare.

“Yes, I know we’re two peas in a pod. One great big fat one and skinny little, starving me.”


This post is linked to week 92 of Saturday Centus. The prompt is in bold. To read other offerings, just click here.

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17 comments:

Sue (Someones Mom) said...

This was cute. I thought we were listening to a conversation between grands, until I realized that your grands are so sweet they would never call each other names!

anitamombanita said...

Well that explains it...that whole two peas in a pod myth thingie... Cute.

Karen S. said...

I was thinking we were taking a glimpse into Jenny's childhood, right to the stem! Very cool switch!...what very smart peas in a pod!

Sue said...

hahahaha

I liked it!

=)

Theresa said...

Too cute! OUR JUSTIN IS HOME, THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRAYERS! HUGS!

Ames said...

Ha ha you're crazy. Where in the world do you come up with these pics. Crazy woman!~Ames

Jo said...

omg, who would have ever thought of talking peas besides you??!!

Ms. A said...

You got me with that one! I thought this was going in an entirely different direction.

My BIL and hubby are both in their 60s and BIL still plays the sibling rivalry card, saying "He was always your favorite!" ALL.THE.TIME.

Judie said...

My sister and i were as different as night and day. She talked about people behind their backs so much that I wondered just what she said about me. I didn't know how insanely jealous she was of me until after she died and her husband told me. I found it so bizarre because she was the one with all the money, took all the trips around the world, and had the fancy clothes. I still find it hard to believe that she was so jealous.

Jennifer said...

This made me giggle.

Dreaming said...

I enjoyed your jealous-pea! Cute!

chocolatecandycookie said...

Hi I just chanced upon your blog and it's really really interesting! :) I shall take part in the next challenges, not too late to try right? I apologise in advance for my poor writing skills :)

Anna said...

Dear Jenny,

Hahahahahaha! So clever!

If I can write with cat-protagonists you can use peas!
Love this!

I know a lot about sibling rivalry. I have to go between my children every day!

Hope the move etc is going well.
Best wishes & hugs from,
Anna

'Parent-teacher meeting' Anna's SC wk 92

Leovi said...

Oh, I liked the idea of ​​two peas in a pod.

Nezzy said...

Sweet post Miss Jenny!!!

God bless and have a beautiful week!!! :o)

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Hi Jenny,
Loved your lil pea pod story, so cute. Your are so creative, so many of your stories simply crack me up.............

Thanks so much for coming by....so good to hear from you.

and good for you that you make a list of your blessings. When things seem bad, that is really the best time to do it, the Lord loves a sacrifice of praise, and it has a transforming affect on our hearts,
at least that is what I find.

Hope you are doing well hon,
Have a blessed week,
Nellie

Anita said...

Very good, Jenny. :)

I love that you wrote it in green, too!