Monday, October 21, 2013

Funny Southern Sayings and What Nots

Well Hello There Beloved Reader  " I ain't seen you in a month of Sundays!" or as I would normally say that, it has been a busy, busy month. 
We are having our own kind of Octoberfest over here, and it's involved a lotta baseball, and crafting, and dinner dates, and crafting, and Italian festival, and crafting, and visitors from out of town, and crafting.

I am so tired or as they like to say in the South, 
"I feel like I've been rode hard and hung up to dry!!"
Not to go off on too much of a tangent but I LOVE ME some Southern sayings.

Let me clarify before ya'll start to thinkin I've done gone and lost it;
I love southern sayings
not so much the south.
That one up there is truly how I feel. 

Here's another one that works well for my post about being busy and tired;
"I was busier than a cat burying shit on a marble floor!!"
Bah ha ha, isn't that one so funny?

Ok Moving on...
This past weekend was the first craft show of the season that I was signed up for and I'm already feeling whelmed, and pooped, and every other word in the english language and Southern language, that means, flat out TIRED.
" I been busier than a Cat on a Hot tin roof!!"
I'm thinking that a cat on a hot tin roof would be pretty busy not so much from the hot, but more from the tin.
I'll tell you what keeps me busy like that Cat with some tin, LAUNDRY!!
It never ends PEOPLE!! 
In between all the other kinds of busy there is always the laundry and dishes kind of busy. Again just to be sure you are getting the idea, I'm tired, and I'm busy. 
Earth shattering news, I know !

Well, all that being said,  even though I'm tired I have to say it's a good kind of tired, as opposed to a bad tired which would be like from being sick or hurting yourself. 
I'm having fun crafting and making some extra Christmas money.
And of course looking up funny southern sayings.
What have you been up to ? 
Or how they would say it in the South;
"How ya'll doin?"


Bernadette Veenstra said...

glad to hear from you and your southern sayings.=)

Stone Cottage Adventures said...

Oh, darlin'! Let me bring you some sweet tea! Bless your heart! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

BTW... I really do make sweet tea and say 'Bless your heart' all the time!

J duncan said...

That dog don't hunt!!! (That's my mommas favorite!)

Rachael said...

Some of those sayings must have old English roots because I grew up hearing those in England too!

Kendra Pahukoa said...

you've been SO busy mama!

No(dot dot)el said...

Miss you ladies. Thanks for stopping by.

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