Sunday, February 19, 2006

Couch Band

When I showed Lucia this photo, she said, "Swamp bands play in the swamp!" That's a direct quote from Mama Don't Allow, by Thacher Hurd.

13 comments:

Nonny said...

Too cute Alkelda! I would hire you guys in a minute. I seriously want to squeeze Lucia while she's wearing those sunglasses.

HitManJ said...

My toes are cold. They are ALWAYS cold. I rarely can stand to be barefoot for long. It is FREEZING in this office today--chalk it up to the wintry mix outside. I'm sure the room is full of the warmth of a mother's love, but the truth is, I'm too cold to look at bare feet!

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

Nonny: Thanks! We'll show up for your birthday bash and play a rousing version of "I'm a Little Teapot."

Hitman J: Wearing socks is a losing battle in this house. Not only does Lucia yank off her own socks, but she takes off mine too, saying, "Socks off."

Fridaysweb said...

What are socks? I don't even wear them in the winter...

Alkelda, my dear, thank you. So very much. I'd hug you if I could.

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

Friday,
I'd hug you, too!

Lone Star Ma said...

You are now my favorite band. The cutest band!

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

Lone Star Ma: Y'all come see us at our next show! We're Maisy Drives the Bus, and as Lucia says, "We yike it youd."

Lady K said...

Akelda, what an adorable picture! You've also inspired me to pick my guitar back up again. Lord knows this is a time for more music in my life. THANK YOU! And give Lucia a big ol' hug for me. She's just so cute I wanna SQUEEZE her! But I won't...

Lady K said...

AH! ha ha ha!!! I hardly ever read the comments before I myself comment. Too funny that Nonny and I said the same thing about squeezing Lucia. We were twins in a different life, I think...

Fridaysweb said...

Lady K is in need of some grammar lessons. Please, for the love of God, go explain adjectives to her!

Yorkshire Pudding said...

Who is that babe in the shades? I think you are right about the pop overs... Yorkshire pilgrims brought them to the Americas when you were just savages running naked in the sixteenth century woods. In Yorkshire we mainly have our puddings with beef or onion gravy. It's very much a savoury dish... but it's bland and only exceptional in its unexceptionalness.

Lady K said...

I just stopped by for a dose of sunshine. I still absolutely adore this picture!

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

Thanks for stopping by, Lady K! It's been a slow week for me as far as writing goes (unlike the activity on your blog, hem hem). I need to work on some stories this weekend.