FOOD IN THE STRANGEST PLACES

30 Jun

One of my boys plays drums. Tonight’s drum lesson was like the rest that I’ve sat through for the last year and two months. Lots of hard-driving beats (not beets) and use of food labels. Yep, food labels. Here’s a taste: My son, tapping out a rhythm with his drumsticks (not chicken) while his instructor ( professional jazz drummer) chants, “Cher-ry pie and ap-ple pie.” Neither appear to find this method of communication the least bit odd. I continue to snack on my peanut M & M’s and smile quietly.

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2 Responses to “FOOD IN THE STRANGEST PLACES”

  1. Lilly 07/28/2010 at 11:14 pm #

    Must see aprons. You’re gonna love them, dahlink!

    http://www.etsy.com/search_results.php?search_query=women+vintage+full+aprons&search_type=handmade&ref=auto

    • mymotherstable 07/29/2010 at 1:05 am #

      Yeah, who knew there were so many companies on Etsy doing retro aprons? Etsy–Apron Heaven.

      Kaukab’s Daughter

      P.S. Many of these companies also have retro-chic tea towels and, for those who must, oven mitts.

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