The Little Yellow Bird. Part 43. Grandma Cooks Meatballs

Grandma Cooks Meatballs. The Little Yellow Bird. Part 43

Wednesday, March 15, 2011

Grandma put on her checkered apron. Daisy rolled a wagon load of ground chuck on the patio.

Tulip was crying big time because she had been chopping onions. Rosy chopped celery, and made the onion soup mix.

Grandma found the largest bowl in the mansion, and mixed all kinds of ingredients together. The chicks stomped on all of it with their feet.

Grandma formed the first meatball. Rosy and Tulip picked it up, put it in the wagon, and dropped it in grandma's gravy. By the time all the meatballs were finished, the chicks were tuckered out.

Grandpa cooked the pasta. He cooked long skinny pasta. Daisy tied Tulip up with a string of pasta. Grandpa raised cane and said " You two stop playing in the kitchen. Daisy, untie your sister."

There was a knock on the door. The chicks ran for their life. The burial insurance man had arrived again. The chicks were not to be found until the tall insurance agent was leaving.

The Red Cross nurse asked Daisy if she was going to invite the burial insurance agent for dinner. Daisy said, " Maybe I should."

Daisy ran to the agent and said, " Are you hungry ? "

The agent said "Whats for dinner."

Daisy said " Pasta and meatballs ."

The agent said, " Thank You honey, but I'll pass, I have work to do."

Daisy told the Red Cross nurse that the agent did not want to stay for dinner because he had to work.

The Red Cross nurse said, " It is nice that you asked him honey."

Little Yellow Bird told the chicks they have to face life and death. No since in running away from the reality of what is bound to happen.

Daisy had to go to the toilet. The Red Cross nurse talked to Daisy about death. Daisy said she felt sick to her stomach. The Red Cross nurse told Daisy to go on the patio because grandpa needs help with the noodles.

Their daddy walks on the patio. He said, " Whats for dinner gang ! "

Little Yellow Bird gives him a hug, and says that everyone is cooking meatballs and gravy. Daddy says, " Yummy yummy yummy ."

Dad reaches for the soda pops. Daisy and Tulip, and Rosy run to their daddy with cups and straws with ice. Daisy says, " Fill her up dad, I have a big thirst today."

Tulip says, " I want strawberry pop."

Grandpa says, " Rosy would you grab the two litre pop please honey for your sister because I'm busy with the pasta."

Rosy asked Daisy to help her lift the two litre pop. Tulip pitched in to give a hand.

Daddy said, "That's team work girls. Your doing great."

Everyone set up the large table cloth on the table. The chicks quickly got situated in their chairs for the spaghetti and gravy.

A four star general walks on the patio with some marines behind him. Everyone sits at the table and digs into their pasta and has delicious meals.

The general asks Daisy for some root beer. Daisy grabs a plastic cup with ice and brings it to him. The general then pours himself a cup of drink for his dinner.

Everyone has a great meal.

God Bless Everyone.

 

Comments 4 comments

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Poohgranma 5 years ago from On the edge

I love the way you just gave us a recipe for meatballs in your cute story. I always like to try out your recipes. I made bread again last week and thought it turned out pretty good this time. I have to start using more measuring spoons until I get it right instead of a pinch of this and a small handful of that ...lol That works for things I fix all the time but not for learning new things to fix.


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stars439 5 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State. Author

Dear Phoenix : Thank you for the nice thoughts precious heart, and God Bless You.


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Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

I can just imagine them all sat in their chairs waiting for their spaghetti and gravy.

Great story once more.

Take care

Eiddwen.


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stars439 5 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State. Author

Dear Eiddwen : Thank you for writing, and God Bless You.

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