Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Alphabet Laughs-C Is For Cranberries And Calicos And Cubs

And so the
Alphabet Posts continue~
C
is for Cranberries.
Did you know that the 
of Wisconsin is
Cranberries?
shut up, Mark
Well, it is~

C
is also for
Calico Fabrics
Pretty, huh?

C
is also for Cubs.
Now lest you think I am
talking about 
BEAR CUBS
I am going to quickly
correct you.
SweetCheeks overheard some
talk about BRAS.
Her newest question?
Nana, What is 
YOUR CUB size?
Hmmmm...there are some
things I refuse to answer
even for 
SweetCheeks!
ANYONE 
out there willing to share
 YOUR CUB SIZE?
I thought not......
Have a Cubolicious Day!
your photo name

45 comments:

  1. First, I didn't say anything!
    Second, if I don't lose some weight, you'll need to send me that bra.
    m.

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  2. How funny she is! I'm not a big fan of cranberries. I like the jellied cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving, though!

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  3. She is so funny. CAN'T WAIT TO SEE WHAT YOU HAVE FOR D.

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  4. Diana, This is what I have told my daughters for years..I'm a 36c after my mammogram I'm a 36 long.:)
    They have had mammograms ,now they know what I meant. Sweetcheeks must keep you laughing.I thought cheese was Wisconsin's national fruit.LOL xo, Susie

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  5. I am really enjoying your alphabet posts.

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  6. LOL! I don't know how you keep a straight face sometimes, Diana!

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  7. How wonderful it is to start this morning with a fabulous Sweetcheek-ism! Cub size? Priceless!!

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  8. Just last week my daughter asked me when she gets to start wearing a kid bra. SHE's 3!! Can't they just stay little?

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  9. LOL cub size is a private thing in your house, I assume.

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  10. Ha, too funny!! I'm with Susie, 36 long, its all in how you roll them up at my age

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  11. 36B - but I won't tell you what I was before my breast reduction LOL
    Hugs,
    Moi

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  12. So cute. No, not sharing my cub size. Let's just say it is big!

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  13. Sweet Cheeks is pretty sneaky with her questions. I usually answer that with "That's a great question to ask your Mama". Maybe that will work. I actually thought maybe you meant the Chicago Cubs.

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  14. I don't really like Cranberries, but I love the OceanSpray commercials...the young guy is too cute and funny.

    Cub size? The most popular one, apparently....the store is always sold out.

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  15. :) You don't want to know my cub size, I would embarrass you and myself!

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  16. I think I did know that about cranberries because of the Ocean Spray commercials which are all so cute. I agree with Gretchen. That's a question for Sweet Cheek's mama. Too funny.

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  17. Cubs actually sounds a lot cuter than cups. I think Sweet Cheeks might be on to something!

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  18. I'm one of those who loves cranberries. I had the best ones ever when I lived in Alaska. We picked them fresh and cooked them that day. Did you know there was high bush and low bush cranberries? I didn't until my roommate educated me about them.

    LOL at the lady who had a 36 long after a mammogram.

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  19. haha pretty funny. they do not make cub sizes small enough for me to be counted!!

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  20. Looks like I am not to late to be following along on your Alphabet post. I will have to go back and take a look at A & B... :) Happy Tuesday or is that C-day??

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  21. What a good laugh... your post and the comments!! So glad to have found you! Thank you for being my new follower, I am yours too!

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  22. Just thankful that I still have those cubs since I came close to losing one of them a few years ago. Cranberries are good snuggled in between turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy.

    c is also for Connie!!

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  23. LOL!! She never fails to make me laugh! I have to pass this one on to my hubby!

    XO,
    Jane

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  24. fresh cranberries are SO GOOD for us! can't wait until Thanksgiving comes around!

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  25. Hey girl, I love cranberries and eat them dried all the time. I also love calico fabrics and bear cubs-as long as they aren't near me. As for the other, well a lady never tells.
    Hugs, Noreen

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  26. I'm surprised that she didn't go investigate your cub size for herself...and come out wearing it!
    LOL She's so cute!

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  27. I love cranberry juice...
    Sweet cheeks is adorable, and almost as fun as her Grand-Mother. Hugs, Mary

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  28. LOL She is so cute!!! They are so full of questions!!! My daughter used to be the same when she was little. Sometimes I would be just speechless!!! LOL

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  29. CUB SIZE!!! Hahahaha! SHe is so funny!

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  30. Cranberries! Now THAT is something we love around here! Those cranberry tablets are also very handy.:)

    Nope! Not going to share my "CUB size" today.:)

    xo Nellie

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  31. I love cranberries, but I never really thought about where they come from.
    Still laughing about the cub size. This is the second post I've read today about bras, and I had actually thought about writing one myself. It really is too funny.

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  32. No I'm not going to share my "Cub size".. It has certainly evolved over the years...Funny post begets funny comments...Sweet Cheeks is a cutie..

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  33. Hi Diana! How fun your alphabet posts! I don't like cranberries that much, just for thanksgiven!
    About the "cub size" I guess is one of the smallest one! so I'm also embarrased to talk about that!

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  34. Hi Diana...love your alphabet posts! What a neat idea! Oh! And by the way...no I'd rather not share my cob size...lol

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  35. cub size...so funny, diana!

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  36. Lol, it's so nice to read a sweet cheeks story. That girl makes me smile! Thanks for stopping by again. It's been a great summer, but I'm looking forward to things slowing down a bit now :)
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  37. Hi Diana, You never know what they will say. I am still chuckling over cub size. She is so cute and I am enjoying your alphabet post. I have been reading, but just been a little busy right now. Today is my E's birthday and he says it is his day and he gets to make all of the rules. Take care Hugs Your Missouri Friend.

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  38. Love cranberries. I could use a dress made from calico for it would hide the stains from the cranberries.
    Glad to share my "cub" size with you! It is 42 LONG!
    Oh my Lord, I remember the time I saw my grandma without a bra. Still gives me chills.
    xo Ginger

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  39. Kids are just so darn honest. Well my cub size? Let's just say bigger that a baby bear but smaller than a Papa bear.

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  40. "cub size"...that is so funny! I think most of us would rather have a larger or smaller "cub size" than we actually buy.

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  41. Could sweet cheeks be any cuter?! I think not!
    I'm not surprised one bit that you have over 500 followers. I just LOVE to stop in and read your humorous accounts of your life!
    I'm glad that I found your blog Diana!
    Love, Michele

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  42. Cub size hmm.....That is sweet! Sometime I will tell you the story of two patients with breast cancer and their very silly stories and hunky boobie making doctors and their teenage boob jobs after cancer! You have to laugh! Otherwise there would be tears! We all know laughter is indeed good medicine!

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