Sunday, March 22, 2015

The Big Fight


They were horrid to me, so awful and rude,
I stormed out of the house and left them for good:
I'll teach them a lesson and never go back -
but why didn't I think to bring a snack?


Featured: a hungry-angry Primrose and her blanket

62 comments:

  1. Once again you made me smile, a lovely post.

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  2. You made me smile too !!! Have a lovely sunday !

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  3. Hi Amalia! I love reading your rhymes!!!
    Enjoy your sunday!
    Ingrid xx
    http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be

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  4. Lovely post !
    Have a great week !
    Anna
    Thanks for your visit !

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  5. Heehee! You always bring a smile to my face, Amalia! Primrose and her blanket are so cute! I'm sure she will give up pouting soon. ;) blessings ~ tanna

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    1. She did go home in time for dinner, it wasn't as fun being dramatic once it got dark :-)

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  6. thank-you for leaving a comment so I could find you. Wow! you are one talented girl.:)

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    1. Well, thank you for finding me! And for the nice comment

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  7. Oh. the poor thing! Hunger will drive away any anger left I am sure :)
    I love the blanket - the mixed color combination makes it hip!

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  8. Oh no little one....come back! How beautiful my friend...the colors of Spring! Sweet hugs, Diane

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  9. Oh dear, now Primrose has to go back because of her hunger. I hope all ends well. I hope you have a lovely Sunday.
    http://chingchailah.blogspot.com/

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  10. I love that beautiful blanket. Your site is lovely!

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  11. Your stories ..so cute..Oh did you see the cupcake garland done in crochet on Pinterest?So cute..
    You are talented Amalia!

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  12. Poor little bunny hurt ....
    The crochet this gorgeous!
    Congratulations.

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  13. Lovely afghan! I love the colours. Yep, next time I leave in a huff I MUST remember to take a snack. ;))

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  14. Ow so sad... Glad she has a beautiful blanket to comfort her :-)
    Love, Mirjam.

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    1. Yes, I was glad that she at least remembered to take the blanket I'd made especially for her :-)

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  15. Oh very moody! Just like my daughter, goes off in a huff and then forgets the essentials to make more of an impact :-) x

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  16. I love the colors in the afghan...I'm guessing the bunny will be back!

    Carol

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    1. All is well that ended well! She is back... until the next time :-)

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  17. Very cute poem. I love the colors you used for the afghan.

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  18. Ahhhh, running away from home, at least till dinner time! Sweet Primose and pretty blanket!

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    1. Well, it is always nice to have a deadline :-)

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  19. Oh this is so cute! The colors you chose for the afghan are BEAUTIFUL.

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  20. Very sweet post! I love your little blanket, especially this yellow gold mustard color in it.

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  21. Poor Primrose - I hope she's calmed down now! The little blanket is so pretty, and the colours are very spring-like :)
    Cathy x

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    1. Thanks for the laugh Magali, loved the comment

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  23. so cute...love your little poems to accompany the pretty projects :)

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  24. so cute...love your little poems to accompany the pretty projects :)

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  25. Primrose was smart enough to take her beautiful blanket. I ran away once, but came back for lunch.

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    1. Primrose held out until dinner, she is one stubborn little bunny.

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  26. This made me giggle. One of our daughters used to make a habit of running away. She always went to the same friend's house up the street. I would call ahead and tell them that she was coming.

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  27. This made me giggle. One of our daughters used to make a habit of running away. She always went to the same friend's house up the street. I would call ahead and tell them that she was coming.

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    1. Oh, the poor dear, and she must have thought she was being so clever :-)

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  28. Poor Primrose, but stopping for a snack on the way always kind of ruins the exit! Love the blanket!

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    1. You are absolutely right, a grand gesture is worth the suffering!

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  29. Oh how cute! I love this blanket you made. It's so colorful and pretty! Have a wonderful week.
    Julie xo

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  30. Oh, poor Primrose! That's tragic! Gorgeous blanket though - I'm sure she'll find it very comforting. x

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  31. Oh, poor Primrose! That's tragic! Gorgeous blanket though - I'm sure she'll find it very comforting. x

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  32. Very sweet blanket.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  33. Poor Primrose-bummer she forgot her snack! Glad she remembered her gorgeous blanket.

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  34. Adorable. Primrose is so cute with a cute poem, and I love her blanket. xoxo

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  35. Hi,
    Very fun. I love how you add the fun wording. It makes me smile.
    Carla

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  36. So cute. Love the pretty blanket!!
    Mary Alice

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  37. That little bunny looks like he's having a time out hehehe. What a beautiful throw with vibrant colors.

    Have a good week.

    ~Sheri

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  38. You're too funny! And what a sweet little crochet blanket -- pretty, pretty colors!

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  39. Well, Primrose may have forgotten her snack, but we got some amazing eye candy - that blanket is beautiful, Amalia!

    xoxo
    Poppy

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  40. Ha! Good thing Primrose took her blankie. The colors!!!!!!

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  41. I love little Primrose AND her blanket. :)

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  42. You seriously have the cutest posts!

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