Being Able to Climb a Princess’ Hair Is Pretty Ludicrous, Too

14 Responses

  1. Erin says:

    That is brilliant! What a fun theme. And it gets worse than buying a gift card back from your child. My dad bought a car for me and then, 9 years later, from me. I tried to argue that he didn’t need to pay me for it, but then…Dads will be Dads. 😉

  2. Joanne says:

    I would rather climb a princess’ hair than organize such an event. I would climb a princess’ hair to be there, too, and eat up all the pulled pork.

  3. kmkat says:

    What a spread! And what creative and literate friends you have! My favorite was the two-pigs-that-didn’t-escape-pulled-pork. Cuz I’m gruesome that way.

  4. actonbell says:

    Yay for Paco, such creativity 🙂 Really, these are all fabulous. What a cool idea. (Eating her curds three ways–I love it)

  5. alexandra says:

    He’s better.

    I’m glad.

    xo

  6. Maria says:

    Jesus…you are all so freaking wholesome and fun. I can see your healthy appley cheeks all the way from here on the prairie! And, you could not pay me to organize any such thing. I can barely do Thanksgiving dinner without acting like a huge put-upon baby. Wow. Just wow.

  7. chlost says:

    Well, I am assuming that as people who buy their child’s gift card back from him, you would also consider helping a fellow blogger move into your neighborhood for a week or so in order to establish residency to qualify to attend this awesome party if you ever host another one…then said blogger could move back home before the winter winds hit Duluth.
    How did you find this neighborhood? Who are these people? And how did you all end up in Duluth together?

    It is awesome that you would host this, and it is amazing that you had such creative and fun entries. I’d say it was a win/win.

  8. I love this idea! It sounds magical. Especially how that gift certificate thing worked out.

  9. sweffling says:

    How do you do it? Bring together all these strands with such imagination and wit. I can only enjoy, then stand and marvel:)

  10. Maria says:

    I just came to remind you that whenever I see a comment from you on my blog, I get girlishly delighted. It’s like you’re Tina Fey or something…..

  11. Green Girl in Wisconsin says:

    Oh, the Pease Porridge! The Pulled Pork! The Fairy Wands!
    Magical story, lady, magical event.

  12. pia says:

    Beyond wonderful.
    A magical story about magical people making magical food with an incredible ending!

  13. Meg says:

    Once again, I am wishing to be your neighbor. This sounds like the most fun party EVER. I may host my own, giving credit to you, of course. Maybe you could journey to Ohio and guide this endeavor? No, really. And bring all those fun, creative friends of yours.

  14. I’m coming! I’m bringing Eeyoreos!

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