Sunday, June 15, 2014

A Word from Our Sponsor

Today's post is brought to you by the word kerfuffle.

Ten Things I Learned From My Father
1.  How to ride a horse.
2.  How to shine a pair of boots.
3.  How to mind your own business.
4.  How to drive.
5.  To love sports.
6.  How to order at a restaurant.
7.  To have a firm handshake.
8.  To appreciate good, close harmonies.
9.  How to keep box scores.
10.  How to whittle.


2 comments:

  1. KERFLUFFLE! After plethora, kerfluffle is my favorite word. It so aptly describes a lot of things that are more than a disagreement but less than an out-and-out battle, most of which were not worth the effort put into them. I witnessed a lot of kerfluffles during my six years on the county board.

    Sit with me now: KERFLUFFLE!

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  2. I wore a hat at my wedding too!

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