Monday, September 1, 2014

Hair, flow it, show it

Lee and I, Sweet William The Scot, went to the Farmer's Stands.
Every community has one.
We got a half dozen fresh ears of corn.
Lee told me to go and shuck the corn while she boiled the water.
We sing a lot around our house when we work.




WAIT ONE MOMENT!
Hair lyrics say "Give a home to the fleas in my hair!
That is just not right!!!
We always buy our corn at the Snyder Stand. For nineteen years we visit him every Saturday morning during the Summer.  He always smiles when he sees me coming.  He calls me Wee Wiggle Butt because I give him the friendly wiggle.  He grows the best corn and it changes because in each of his fields he grows a different variety.
Two elderly brothers run this stand and we buy their squash and peppers.
We get our tomatoes from another man that grows Heirloom and Yellow Tomatoes.  He brings wonderful flower bouquets.
All summer long we eat fresh produce.
We got this beautiful card from our special friends Stella Rose, Maggie Mae and Angus aka Gussie.
They are special because they have caring hearts. 
The message meant so much to us.
The front has beehive embossed paper with little bees.  We love the color and little pearls.
We have been very sad lately.
It sure made our day brighter.
 
 Happy Labor Day  
 
Well as they say in show business, that's a wrap folks.
 
 
Thanks for being a friend
Traveling down the road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of mine
Signing Off 
Sweet William The Scot

28 comments :

  1. Oh William you did make us chuckle with your corn head. We love farmer's markets too. Have a marvellous Monday and Happy Labour Day to you.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. What a cute corn wig. We go to the same veggie stand Mom went to when she was a little girl. Best corn ever.

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  3. Bol! Yu look good in all that hair. An the song sure duz fit.

    Yummy fuds fur yu an Lee.

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  4. Sweet William, you do make us laugh.
    Love the hairdo.
    Keep smiling,
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie (and Gail).

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  5. My mom would never let us in the corn hair, but it looks good on you Sweet William. No fleas in the hair though because that just makes mom keep washing my hair. So that's a but oh Yucky. I am glad that the card made your mom and you feel better. Best of prayers sent to you both that your heart is light and sunlight shines on your path.
    Your Friend, Bentley and Mom

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    1. Bentley did you Mom know that corn silk contains proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and fiber. It also contains chemicals which might work like water pills and help reduce inflammation. It cannot hurt you. Why it is even in makeup. And best of all I have fun shaking it.
      SWTS

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    2. Wow, I will tell my mom because I know she did not know of this. Tomorrow will be corn on the cob for dinner so lets play. Thanks for the info. Bentley

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  6. Oh, that looks coooool Sweet William! I've never tried the corn silk look before! You knows how l like to be furry, so I thinks that just might work for me! ☺
    What a sweet card! A great card always make the day much betters, huh?
    I wish we had a farmers market close to us, there used to me one, butts not much anymore since the drought. Our local grocery does carry local produce though.
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  7. Where are the GREEN BEANS????

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    1. They have green beans at a number of stands, don't worry be happy.
      SWTS

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  8. Nice looking Do there Sweet William!!
    Yep, the cards so wonders huh??
    We think if you often and hope that you are ok??

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  9. Alas, we don't have any sweet corn...or any corn stands around here. But we do get Navel oranges, and pumpkins, and Black Cherries, and tomatoes and stone fruit. Love all that fresh fruit.

    Your hair looks so silky and soft...BOL!

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  10. We just love your long beautiful yellow hair William!! Mama says she just loves the play that song comes from!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty and Bilbo

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  11. It looks like you have a surfer 'do! We now have that song stuck in our heads. They closed our farmer's market. They said it took up too much parking lot. We are so sad. I bet you are enjoying all that tasty food! Good food definitely will lift your spirits!
    oxox
    Daisy

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  12. BaaaaaWaaaah Sw. Wm... you and Miss Lee just CRACK US UP... We love your SILKY GOLDEN Furs... even if they ARE... sort of Corny Lookin... BaaaaWaaaah WE made Frankie Funnies and Ernie ERRRRRRRs fur YOU. Hope they made you laugh.

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  13. You are too funny, William! awwwwwwww that was so very thoughtful of Stella Rose, Maggie Mae and Gussie.

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  14. we did not know that a bout corn silk, very interesting and it looks good on you too.
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  15. very silky hair, Sweet William! what sort of shampoo do you use? Sorry to hear you've been sad lately...it's been glum around here too. Here's to brighter times for September!

    Edgar and his mum

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  16. Oh Sweet William that is the corniest thing I have seen in a long time :) :) and I love it..you certainly know how to rock a silky style :) I can't wait to grow corn this summer..nothing sweeter :0 hugs and loves Fozziemum pee ess you went missing from our reader again grrr....xx

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  17. Oh yum, yum, YUM! Fresh corn (or as we call them here in SA, mielies (meelees)) and peppers and squash and tomatoes! No wonder you love summer so much. Now as for those blonde locks you sprouted *BOL* tre chic SW!
    Wally & Sammy

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  18. Ringy-dingy-dah-doo...oh, that corn silk makes a wonderful hairdo! Are you channeling Marilyn Monroe?!? BOL Wow! You get a lot of fresh produce there. That must be nice. Our farmers' markets don't have a whole lot of stuff in the summer...it is too hot to grow things here then. In the fall, we will have tomatoes and such...and of course, oranges. But our oranges are for juicing...they are ugly looking but sweet as sugar on the inside.

    I did not know you and your Lee have been down lately, Sir William. I am sorry to hear that. If there is anything I can do, you just bark real loud!

    Your friend,
    Oz

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  19. I like your corn-hairstyle, it looks great with your black fur. I totally like farmer markets, I hope we will drive to the market where the sea-farmers sell fishies and lobsters soon. Many thanks for the card William, it reminds me a little of the DIY-disasters in my house, butt this doggies are much more talented than my staff hehehehe

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  20. Oh, we're sorry you have been sad. Probably cuz of Jazzi, huh? We all miss her but she was your special girl. BTW, that corn hair is a bit out of control!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley
    Mayorz For All Paws
    "Use Your Noodle & Vote For A Doodle!"

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  21. SW you are such a trendsetter!

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  22. Oh Sweet William I am so sorry about Jazzi. We do have Farmers Markets out here where I live. I like your new fall blinkie, better watch out or you will be totally covered in leaves. BOL

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