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Very nice limmerick!! Are you a canner, Kathe? I did so much as child, forced to sit under a tree and peel peaches, the sight of Mason jars...shiver... LOL! Have a great day! Laurel
LOL once I realised what Masons were it made me laugh thanks for the smiles x x
Mason or WeckI don't really Kerr,As long as the produce is fresh,as it were.Delightful limerick Kathe!rel
This is why I always enjoy stopping by. Terrificly witty.
Oops! What an image.
Yours was from Mars, mine from Dunbar:) Lovely witty words.
You certainly live up to your billing.... 'snappy repartee'. I love this limerick, Kathe. It is so well seasoned. Thanks for sharing.
Fun, and totally appropriate with this picture. I've heard there is no rhyme for "orange." I wonder if this is true.
Haha... love it! I did a limerick, too.
Hey you know your glass jars!
heh i have drank out of a few in my day, growing up in the sticks...but...nice limerick...smiles.
nice, a limerick. Fun read. thanks
Each to their own jar, i raise mine to you, regards, Jar Jar Binks
Love it!!!! :-)
This is fun.
I'm thinking you come from a long line of 'home caners.'
Oops, you probably don't do chair caning ... I bet generations of women in your family loved to can all sorts of veggies, fruits, pickles!
Nice! Wittywoo's! I love a good 'rick!
Great limerick, Kathe! Hilarious read!Hank
Haha. Cute (the icky picture doesn't deserve such cuteness!). Yours is the only one I've read, as I thought I would get around to doing one Monday night-Tuesday morn. Such is not the case, however, and I'm calling it a night!
Kath, you did well with such a difficult subject. Your talent needs bottling!
What the Weck? Thanks for a jarful of fun.
Thank you, Kathe. They're just "jars" to me.
hahahahaha! Well done (and fun)
Cool! That is a very cute verse, and goes well with odd picture.
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