Wednesday, February 25, 2009

follow this trail

February 2nd and 3rd, from Orr Minnesota to Atlanta Georgia, (just because)
February 3rd and 4th, from Atlanta Georgia to Harrisburg Pennsylvania, (just for work)
February 16th and 17th, from Harrisburg Pennsylvania to Duluth Minnesota, (not for fun)
February 22nd and 23rd, from Duluth Minnesota to Harrisburg Pennsylvania, (just a quick trip)
February 24th and 25th, from Harrisburg Pennsylvania to Orr Minnesota, (but it was okay, the hitch hikers took a turn driving)

If you get out a map, you can figure out how many miles the silly sisters have put on in the last 25 days....then let us know cause we're too tired to do it ourselves...

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

going home

Today the silly sisters were each asked out by the same boy, then they were offered weed on their way home in the sky walk, and then they lost their van on the fourth floor because they had parked on the third...

Needless to say, after such exploits they intend to get a good nights sleep and then head home.

Even if its only for two hours, the six hour drive will be worth every moment. Perhaps tomorrow night they wont be so stuck up while working after their two hour home vacation...

P.S. the middle child got to pet Twiggy the water skiing squirrel

Sunday, February 15, 2009

What the middle child still has to put up with

The youngest child grinned and giggled all day until finally the middle child demanded an explanation. The answer was quite surprising.
The youngest child was grinning and giggling because she had a tiny pack of sugar in her pocket…

Saturday, February 14, 2009


Happy Singles Awarness day everyone!

And just to show how festive the silly sisters are feeling on the occasion, they are both wearing red t-shirts that say, "Valentines day...stinks"

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Tis, tis false!

Only one of the following stories is true. How well do you know the silly sisters? Do you know which story really happened? Take a wild guess...

Story B

While standing alone (sort of) in their booth all day, the middle child and the youngest child do on occasion, get bored. So they, at times, turn their thinkable thoughts towards mischievous and devious plans.

While in this frame of mind they were accosted by a wandering and lost patron begging directions to the fishing area (a place three buildings down and 10 miles over).

The middle child and the youngest child, standing side by side, didn’t hesitate as they raised their arms to point out the correct direction to the poor lost wanderer. Unfortunately, they pointed in opposite directions. The one on the left pointed to a right corner while the one on the right pointed toward a left corner…and there by crossing each others hands as they pointed.

Realizing their mistake, they cackled insensibly as they looked at each other and corrected their mistake…Each chose, most heroically, to agree with the other for a change and they then each pointed in the direction the other had been pointing.

This of course, was no help as both the middle child and the youngest child were still pointing in opposite directions. The poor lost wanderer walked away in bewilderment having no idea he had been talking to the two silly sisters.

Story A:

Customer, “I’d like to buy this wallet.”
Seller, “Okay. Its $15.90.”
Customer groaning, “Come on, you can do better than that!”
Seller, smiling happily, “Yes sir, I can. I could charge $20 for it and then I’d be doing a whole lot better!”
Customer, suppressing a begrudging smile pulls out his money.
Seller, to a different customer who was laughing heartlessly, “I guess it depends on the point of view. Doesn‘t it?”

Monday, February 09, 2009


The middle child looked around her and the youngest child’s humble little booth and sighed heavily in discouragement, “Oh look how dirty our mess is.”

And the silly sisters laughed heartily.

Saturday, February 07, 2009

Breaking news!!!!

This just in…yesterday.

We have it on good authority, or at least from a reliable source….or rather, a popular rumor…that neither of the silly sisters are real princesses.

That’s right, sad as this is to say, they would not feel a pea underneath 27 mattresses and all that fluff. And even if they could by some odd chance feel it, it would most certainly not leave a bruise. No indeed.

It became apparent, after sleeping on a hard button plagued mattress (which both silly sisters could feel most remarkably), that they were not princesses when neither of them could produce evidence of any bruising the next morning.

The rumor is still under investigation by the Board of Rumors as the middle child dares to contest the verdict.

Thursday, February 05, 2009

A story of the glow worm:

Our little glow worm has developed a very sensitive streak. One never quite knows what will set it off. Apparently, back ground music in a movie determines her feelings on every seen, as well as lighting, and yelling.

The youngest child, bless her heartlessness, has tried in vain to make light of tense situations in the movies she watches with glow. She laughs hysterically at the hideous monster on Sleeping Beauty. Chirps out the many attractions of the monster on Enchanted. But when the glow worm bights her lower lip, and her big eyes turn into two beautiful water fountains, she knows the battle is lost.

Recently, after returning home after a long trip, the middle child and the youngest child stopped by the oldest childs house to see the glow worm and the lady bug(who is under going a name change by the newsy news staff). While visiting, the youngest child couldn’t stop herself from asking the glow worm if she liked Madagascar, a movie the little glow had just seen.
“Noooo.” Little glow answered with a very grave look of disappointment on her little face.
“Why not?” The youngest child asked sensitively. “Was it scary?”
“Nooo.” Little glow hedged, and not knowing how to explain it fully she added, “I just cried and I cried and I cried and I cried.”