8.11.2010

VAMPIRES

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My grandma is the funniest, feistiest grandma ever. (Lane, remember when she kept referring to you as Junior? Ha!) Recently, she wrote this in our family newsletter:
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"You won't believe what I did. My sister has read all these Twilight Books so she wanted to see the movie. I haven't read them nor will I ever read them. But I went with both of my sisters and some of their children and grandchildren to see the last movie. I do not understand why anyone in their right mind would want to marry a vampire or a wolf!!! Nothing made much sense to me. Well, anyway, don't waste your money on it."

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When I drove by the sign (above) outside a local restaurant, it reminded me of her. I post this at the risk of offending 90% of my readers, but here goes: I'm right there with ya on this one, Grandma. I have not read--nor ever plan to read--the Twilight series. Vampires are just plain freaky.
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And here is the back side of that local sign. =)
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I always look forward to driving past this on my way to Wal-Mart and reading whatever new crazy stuff Craigo's has come up with.
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And just to clear the air, this is in no way meant to be a dig at my in-laws. It's just a funny sign. Besides, vampires freak me out WAY more than they do.
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(hehe...love ya, Rhonda!)
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3 comments:

Corrine said...

AWESOME post!! Miss Craigos... That sign made me CRACK UP!!! miss ya!

Necia said...

That sign is awesome!! I totally agree with you on the Twilight stuff. Not going to happen here. Can I steal the pictures of this sign? It applies to me in so many ways :)!

Rachel said...

Sure thing, Necia. Just link back to this blog, and it's all yours. =)

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