Tuesday, April 13, 2010

If You Give a Girl a Scone...


She's going to ask for a glass of Belgian-style beer.

When you give her the beer, she'll probably ask for the To Do List for her parents' belated Anniversary shindig this Saturday.

When she's finished going over over it, she'll ask for a pen.

Then she will want to look on the internet to obsessively research the ideas she's jotted down.

When she looks on the internet, she might notice that she has one new email in her Inbox.  Most likely DSW spam.

When she's finished checking her email, she'll want to see if anything new has been posted on PW, Bakerella or My So-Called Knife.  She might get carried away and check every blog on her Blogger dashboard.  She may even check her Facebook page as well!

When she's done, she'll probably want to take a nap.  You will have to fix a refrigerator-sized box for her with a blanket and a Tempurpedic pillow.  She'll crawl in, make herself comfortable and unsuccessfully try to fluff the memory foam pillow.

She'll probably ask you to read her an article.  So you'll read her one from the new issue of Bon Appetit and she'll ask to see the pictures.  When she looks at the pictures, she'll get so excited she'll want to bake something of her own.  She'll ask for a bowl and measuring spoons.

She'll make some dough.  When the dough is rolled out and cut into triangles, she'll want to bake the treats.

Then she'll want to transfer the triangular treats to a cooling rack.  Which means she will need a spatula.

She'll rummage through the drawer to find the spatula and see the bottle opener Berry White bought from the Dollar Store as a last minute addition to our camping tote.  Looking at the bottle opener will remind her that she's thirsty so she'll ask for a glass of Belgian-style beer.

And chances are, if she asks for a glass of Belgian-style beer...


...she's going to want a scone to go with it.


The End.

15 comments:

  1. Wow, yum!

    Happy belated anniversary to your parents!!

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  2. Visiting from the Foodie Blogroll. You're hilarious. The photo and post from the Karate Kid below cracked me up too ;o)

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  3. Thanks for stopping by, Sarah :D

    You really can't go wrong with Karate Kid. Or Karate Kid 2 or 3, for that matter.

    We won't talk about the 4th one.

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  4. If you tell a reader about a tasty glass of Belgian-style beer...

    He's going to want to know what kind of beer it is =)

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  5. I love the photos in this post! That honey looks so beautiful.

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  6. Liam - I'll cover it in a separate post when I'm not running around like a ramp chicken with its head cut off ;) You may have had one on Saturday...

    Jessi - thanks! Honey is so photogenic.

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  7. Nice your blog! Fanny story with your scone....
    visitng from blogroll, nice to see your blog! see you soon..
    Ciao from Rome, Italy

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  8. LOL> Thank you, I needed that! 'If You Give a Mouse a Cookie' was a book I used to read to my sister whenever she asked for everything Thanks

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  9. Really really really dig the photos on this one. Don't know anything about 'If You Give a Mouse a Cookie' but I love the way this post came together. Good stuff, ladylove.

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  10. Zia - Grazie!

    Appleshoe - I always thought that little mouse was darling. Haven't read If You Give a Moose a Muffin (yet.)

    I think I'll check it out from the library for ^ that guy to read.

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  11. Cute! The texture of those scones looks perfect! Just stopping by from the blog roll.

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  12. Ah that book is so good.. and so are your photos.

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  13. You are so clever. I love that book. Your scones look scrumptious!

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  14. You are HILARIOUS : ) I love this blog. So fun!

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  15. Awesome. At our house, we regularly read all of those books. Over and over and over. And chances are, if Mommy has to read those books tonight, she's going to want a scone to go with it.

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