Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Ding Dong

Dorothy  It really was no miracle.  What happened was just this . . .
Dorothy: [singing] The wind began to switch / The house, to pitch / And suddenly the hinges started to unhitch / Just then the Witch / To satisfy an itch / Went flying on her broomstick, thumbing for a hitch!
Munchkin: And, oh, what happened then was rich!
Munchkins: [singing] The house began to pitch / The kitchen took a slich / It landed on the Wicked Witch in the middle of a ditch / Which was not a happy situation for the Wicked Witch!
 
 
I feel like a house landed on top of me.  Am I the wicked witch of the [north]west ??

16 comments:

  1. Sounds like you have what I had last week.

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  2. You did overdo the walking yesterday , didn't you?

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    1. Thank you for making me laugh, Anni!

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  3. Oh my my my. I hope you feel better soon.

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  4. I do hope you haven't been wicked! ;)

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  5. You don't own any striped tights, do you? Just checking.

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    1. I'm thinking I wouldn't admit it if I did :) But I DO like red shoes.

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  6. Do you have the gorgeous ruby slippers? Own a pair of them and peeps won't mind if you have been wicked :P

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  7. Sry Judy all wicked witch titles are currently taken by me n' my sisters you'll have to live with being "Glenda." ;)

    Feel better.

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    1. C'mon, MiMi, you take all fun out of a house falling on me!

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  8. I don't know if you're the wicked witch of the (north) west. I thought I had that title. But if you own a pair of ruby slippers and striped tights, I'd have to say that you be the witch!

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  9. My daughter's favorite movie when she was small....she still has a mad passion for red shoes! Hope you are feeling less crushed by flying houses!

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  10. My first thought at seeing the blog post title in my list was: Avon calling!

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  11. This may brighten your day, since you are under the weather. You made Annie tear up with your "kind compliment, from someone I don't even know." Annie told me that she fought the battle against the enemy, alone, for five months, and that now your words affected her accordingly. "Appreciate" would be the operative word. Thanks for making Annie happy!

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  12. Yup... that is where I have been since about January. At least we are wearing nice shoes.

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