Friday, May 29, 2009

The votes are in

Y'all are too, too funny with your all-over-the-board votes on the postal impostor story -- and your enchanting reasons for your votes. Camille, you are generous with your comment about body type and gallstones, but alas, I did indeed require that particular surgery, for unknown reasons. And I did get carted out of our building on a stretcher once, BUT ... you were right! The fake story was #3, Carlotta the MailWoman!

(Amy, I did indeed hug the postman, but only because he gave ME a hug when I reached out to shake his hand, and truly, he's old enough to be my father. Plus, I'm a hugger. (But Jenny is NOT, so I don't hug her very much. Only every time I see her, which is once in the last three years. Blech.))

Proof of Story #4:


Jenny said...

LOL! Guilty as charged. ;)

For the record, I didn't vote b/c all of them seemed so true. Love how you wove truth into the fictional story #3 to make it extra-tricky. :)

Eclectic Mama said...

Yippee! I won! I won!

Uh, what'd I win? Will Ed McMahon be bringing it? Will it be accompanied by the statement, "And here are the keys!"? Will it include the statement, "All expenses paid!"?

Can't wait to find out!

Hannah said...

You win the world's longest paper chain, of course! LOL! What else could you possibly desire?

It will, of course, be delivered by the U.S. Postal Service.

All expenses paid.

(Not really.)

Vanessa said...

I thought number 3 was false. I should of voted. What a nice mailman to stop by and tell you all he was retiring. Now that is a sensitive man.

Our mailman the other day knocked on our back door to deliver some certified mail.. . our license plates to our van. He also happens to live in our community. As he handed over the plates, he said, "You FINALLY got your plates." Who was counting the days? I sure wasn't. I guess he noticed we got a van and was relieved that we finally got our plates.