Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Suzi Strawberry Goddess

Meet Suzi from Savy Suzi! Our new spokes model for strawberry's and aprons!

Suzi is my sister in law and has been trying to win an apron since this blog has been in existence, and laments that her turn will never come...

But I maintain that these are random drawings and IF I were to start giving aprons to my cronies, I would loose my validity and my conscience would plague me!

So Suzi keeps sending me her pictures which I can post at my will and make up the story as I go! Even with all her extra credit her lucky number has yet to be drawn.

The story behind Suzi Strawberry is simple.

In our town, strawberry season starts in April. We are blessed with a strawberry shack that sells the sweetest, juiciest, yummiest, berries that grow. No seriously.

The three boys who call Suzi MOM!! or Mom, as the case may be, devour strawberry's like they are the only edible food group in the universe. They go through a six pack flat in under two days.

I think the boys resemble a hungry pack of fruit-a-tarian wolverines. Or something like that. When I come home from the grocery store and unpack various fruits and food stuffs, I will see her boys meandering toward my house and start to hide food. (They live next door) Sorry Suzi, sometimes I just HAVE to. I mean they are capable of eating twice my kids in one sitting.

Anyway, you can go send your sympathies to Suzi at her blog Savy Suzi and complain to her how you have not won anything either.... There is one other Apron Goddess (you will just have to visit her to find out who) with at least six aprons now and has a hanging organizer for them too! I expect she and Suzi can comiserate on their misfortune together.

2 Goddesses Have Spoken:

Ryan Ashley Scott said...

Awww... poor Suzie. I feel for her!

Those strawberries... fresh and sweet... sound so good right now when I'm stuck with stupid strawberry yogurt. It's just not the same.

Suzi said...

I'm not offended. I too hide food from my brood as well as yours to ensure that we all get a bit of it before it is gone.

We had strawberries with dinner last night and Luke asked where they came from.....he thought they were gone. I told him I hid them to ensure the rest of us could eat some too!