Who still irons? And do you like to iron?
Who still cooks rice on the stove?
Who makes their bed every morning?
Who makes tea on the stove?
Who still makes biscuits from scratch and rolls them out by hand?
Who still says "Pocketbook" instead of "Purse"?
Who still says "Preacher" instead of "Pastor"?
Now I will share my answers.
Iron? I despise ironing! I will...but it is a must!
Rice: When I learned years ago that you could cook rice in the microwave and it be just as good....I gave up cooking it on the stove! Now I hear all the young women say, Miss Cindy, you have got to switch over to INSTANT!
Making the Bed: YES...I make my bed EVERY single morning. My granny instilled in me that ones bed needed to be made each morning. That was just something you done! I must admit that is a good feeling when you go to lay down at night not to feel that you just got up cause your bed is not made.
Tea on the stove? NO! Good old Microwave does it for me! Now I must admit that I do let it steep for a long time so it will have the stove top taste of GOOD BREWED TEA!
Biscuits? I used to make them from scratch but they didn't look pretty! Matter of fact when my man told me they could be used as a spare tire for a Mac Truck I decided Mary B's was the best!
Pocketbook or Purse? LOL! I still catch myself saying pocketbook at times. That is what my granny called it so I in turn done the same. However, just for those old enough to remember the word "pocketbook" when I done a search on the word here is what came up.
Don't look like no pocketbook to me!
Preacher or Pastor? And I know this would depend on your denomination. Well......I still say preacher! I get tickled sometimes at the young women in Bible Study when I say Preacher....they just look at me like...PREACHER? Guess everyone says Pastor huh?
Have a great rest of the week and remember.....Those Mary B biscuits ain't half bad....(but they sure aren't my granny's either)
Hugs and blessings,