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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

ABC Wednesday - Q


And today's class on the alphabet is brought to you by Mrs. Denise Nesbitt and the ABC Team of Denise, Roger, Jay, Troy, Barb, Gattina and me! So improve your mind by clicking on the icon, signing up and show us just how brilliant you are!!

Q is for today's Quiz! So, are your ready for the first Question?

What can we learn from a Quote like this one?

Friendship is like peeing on yourself: everyone can see it, but only you get the warm feeling that it brings.

Well, you get the picture!

Next Question! What is the best way to keep from being overdrawn at your bank?

Why, use Quicken, of course!



Excellent! You now Qualify for a large Quanity of Quiche



and a Quart of ale.

Then you can kick back and enjoy a Quiet nap under a colorful Quilt.



Any Questions???

Great! See you next week!

48 comments:

anthonynorth said...

Quiche and a beer. Paradise.

♣☆♥Willa♥☆♣ said...

I love the Quilt!

ABC Wednesday

photowannabe said...

Too, too Quirky and clever Sylvia.
The first Quote is hilareous.

photowannabe said...

Brother, my spelling is so bad. I meant to say hilarious.

Anonymous said...

How clever. I'm not much of a quiche eater or an ale drinker LOL But I do love this quiz and your photos are great. Well done on the letter my friend :)

Roger Owen Green said...

Quiche! I love quiche - does that mean that I'm not a man?
I SWEAR we have THAT very quilt.

ROG, ABC Wednesday

Carol said...

Great take on the Q, and a fun post as well. Pass the quiche please.

®osadimaggio63 said...

Hu Sylvia
bellissima la foto della macchina da cucire Singer... anche se ho " soltanto " 47 anni, questa vecchia macchina me la ricordo !
Buona serata e grazie della visita :-)

George said...

This is a wonderful post. The quiche and the quilt are my favorites, but I also use Quicken. I'll pass on the quart of beer.

SandyCarlson said...

Quiche, ale, and a quilt--bring 'em on! What a combo on a chilly day. Loved the post, Sylvia.

Mara said...

I was wondering about why you had to use chicken to keep you from being overdrawn at the bank. And then I put my glasses on properly and saw it said quicken!

Reader Wil said...

I admire your photos as always and your ability to find so many words.
My children from Australia are now here for a couple of weeks.

Bill said...

Well, now. I just have to make a quiche for lunch. Thanks for putting the idea in my head, Sylvia.

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

Wow, you certainly are brilliant with words. Now, I am inspired with Qs for ABC Wednesday!

Kate said...

The quiche would satisfy my hunger, the ale my thirst, and the quilt would keep me warm and happy.

Life with Kaishon said...

Look how great you are at these : ) I was just telling sweet Photowannabe that she was the absolute best! : ) You two are outstanding with the letters!

Manang Kim said...

I want the quiche!! Happy Wednesday!

ABC Wednesday~Q

Hildred and Charles said...

Great fun post, - love the pictures and your friendship quote....

Jay said...

I'll take the nap! I'm sooo tiiiiireeeed!! LOL!

On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week! :)

Beverley Baird said...

A great, original post! Love the questions and photos!
Have a great week.

diane said...

Thats clever for Q. You are quick witted.

Jama said...

Clever idea! love that quilt photo.

magiceye said...

they were superb takes on the theme!

Linda Reeder said...

Well done!

Rinkly Rimes said...

Surely it should be a Quullerful Quilt!

dragonfly said...

No questions! You did a Quality job!

http://www.gardenersreach.com/post/Q-for-Ruddy-Quail-Dove.aspx

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love all of your creative Q's Sylvia, especially your very humorous friendship quote! hee-hee!

Greener Bangalore said...

wow! that last sewing machine reminds me of one such at home long back....

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Great post - questions AND answers. A

Tash said...

Without Question, Quite amusing!
I really want to have that Quiche with my quart. Yum!

Stan Ski said...

I didn't realise I had any favoutite Q's, but your post tells me I do.

Ann said...

Those old manual singer sewing machines are really good. My mum's must be over 60 years now, still works, My sis has it.

I also talked about it in my Q for quilt.

Jayne said...

Brilliant set of Q's - I laughed out loud at the quote. :D

Gattina said...

I love a good quiche ! that's so yummy !
I am less keen about quilts, lol ! But I have one very nice for Christmas !

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

You are such an adorable teacher, Sylvia..
Mine is here
Happy Sensational Wednesday!
hugs
shakira

Jo said...

Wow Sylvia, so many words with Q! Beautiful!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

How about a deal. You keep the Quicken. I'll take the quart of ale, quiche, and a nap. Deal?

Mar said...

Quiche and quilt, wonderful choices!!

Q is for quince

Anonymous said...

Actions speak louder than words. ........................................

Anna said...

Great Q-words!
The letter Q has few but pithy words!
Best wishes,
Anna
http://annasadornments.blogspot.com/2010/05/q-as-in-quilts-quartz-abc-wednesday.html

jabblog said...

Great! Good conversation, good food and ale and a comforting nap to follow :-)

Liza said...

Love your quilt and the quiche looks so yum!

Liz @ MLC

Anonymous said...

Had trouble posting a comment earlier today. I love the quote. It made me smile first thing this morning! And I have a quaint old sewing machine as well that dates around circa 1850.

Joy said...

A quart of ale combined with machinery could be Questionable but your blog quotes are always captivating.

Paula Scott said...

Hmmmm...interesting to choose a quart of ale over a quart of milk! Ah-the beauty of being an adult!

Tumblewords: said...

Quality Q post!

lv2scpbk said...

Sometimes I use quotes in my scrapbooking, but I don't think I'd use that one. A great "Q" week.

chrome3d said...

I´ll have some of that quiche and then another slice too. In this case you shold keep the warm feelings to yourself!

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