Monday, March 14, 2011

Maggie Monday: Saturday Night

Every Tuesday and Saturday nights, Maggie heads to a local restaurant. She sits at the bar and usually* has an appetizer and a cocktail (martini of course!). She sits in the same spot, and eventually they started reserving her place at the bar. One day she told them she wished she had a place to hang her purse.

So they installed a hook under the bar.

Maggie came in and they showed it to her. She hung her purse. Does she thank them?

"It's too far away." She says, "Can you move it?" And they do.


* more on that next week

13 comments:

Catherine said...

Gotta love Maggie!

xeyedmary said...

Seriously? I love this lady!
Can I be her granddaughter too??
Hey - I saw somewhere on the interwebby-thing a place where you can have your blog (or portions thereof) printed as a book. You should amass all your Maggie stories for the family- next year's Xmas list- DONE!

MelissaD said...

I can't wait until I'm old enough to be as sassy as Maggie! what fun to say what you want...and have folks take care of things for you :)

Jodie said...

OMG seriously?? That's too funny!!! I think I need to practice being a little bit more like Maggie...she has guts!

Denise said...

Gotta love your grandmother! Ha - what a hoot!

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

I love her gumption!

mainely stitching said...

Oh my god, that woman just takes the cake!!

Jennifer said...

Ha ha ha ha ha! That's awesome!

Alice said...

Gotta love a gal with attitude! Hey, if you don't ask for what you want, you shouldn't be surprised if you don't get it.

Caroline said...

Maggie is my hero.

Jenna said...

Bwahahahahahahahaaaaa! I <3 Maggie. I wish she were my grandmother. Is that the correct grammar? I need you to teach me the was/were grammatical rules.

Anna van Schurman said...

I wish she WERE is correct. If something is not so ("if", "wish") we use be/were. Read up on the subjunctive in English.

Aussie Stitcher said...

That is gorgeous.