Wednesday, January 28, 2009

The RIGHT Way

We had two biscuits left over from dinner last night, and I decided that was going to be my breakfast this morning with butter and jelly. This is not necessarily anything of importance to blog about, but I always think of Papaw when I eat biscuits with butter and jelly because he knew the right way to eat it. If you are a Curtis cousin (or aunt, or uncle, or any other relation) you know exactly what I'm talking about. It was just a happy thought as I ate my breakfast this morning. I will make sure Abby grows up knowing how to eat her biscuits with butter and jelly appropriately. :)

8 comments:

Aunt Donna said...

Oh, what a sweet memory to blog. We do miss him, don't we.

Mom said...

A great Papaw memory! One that I'm sure will be passed on to many generations. :)

Kim Hodges said...

Is there any other way to eat it? I don't think so. Great post!

elizabeth said...

Oh, yes, we must teach our children this!

Deborah said...

And to think, Dr. Higginbotham had to ASK what it means to "properly dress a biscuit"!! If only everyone could be in on our little family recipe...

Anonymous said...

Okay now, I am crying. I am not ashamed that the tears are flowing; sometimes, it doesn't take much. How precious of you grandchildren to be remembering your Papaw so tenderly. I love you.
Mamaw

Kristi Petrak said...

I will always eat butter and jelly this way. Remember the cousins on chorus tour eating it this way? ^_^ Everybody, w/o thinking.

Aunt Kathy said...

It just makes sense. Sweet memories. It's amazing that the little things are so significant. Makes you think.