Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Thoroughly Poetic Thursday

Thoroughly Poetic Thursday with Angel Sammy

This will be a poem to tell you how we came to blog
Today's post is brought to you by the letter
G

Grits
aka Girls Raised in the South
by Madison D Cat
This is a recycled photo from a Wordless Wednesday



Girls from the South are often thought to be
Refined, kicking up their heels is on their minds
If caught, they might try to flee
They whine, beg and plead from jail to leave
So my friends if you find yourselves in the South remember to BEHAVE.

34 comments:

  1. OK, Mom had several come backs on your poem. We tried to restrain her, but she is the one that can type.

    Well, Kiss My Grits.

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  2. My human's a different kind of GRITS - Girl Raised In The Suburbs! MOL

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  3. Bwahaahaa! That's a new one for Grits!!

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  4. You fooled us, Madi. We were expecting to see grits and eggs together on a plate☺

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  5. southern girls are fabulous... like you and your mom... and I will be well be-hived when I meet a southern girl :o)

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  6. MOL we love your GRITS poem!


    Hugs, your guy Raz and The Florida Furkids

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  7. Oh yeah, we Southerners are BIG on good manners. But thankfully, diva kittehs can get away with so much.

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  8. I am definitely GRITS... and I do love to eat it with cheese stirred in.. ha ha on the new Grits with s as suburbs.. MOL LOL

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  9. The poem is cute. You definitely have Grits Madi.

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  10. That is such a good poem. Good ole Grits, the food of the South. You all have a great day.

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  11. GRITS.... our mom LOVES Grits... when they are SWEET... she doesn't like them the way they do in New Orleans... with TOBASCO Hot Sauce on them...
    LOVE your Poem.

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  12. Errr....GRITS are edible???? Watch out Madi, they finks yous edible!!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  13. Ghostwriter says she hasn't had any grits in ages. Maybe she should get some on her next shopping trip!

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  14. True, mom lived in the south for awhile.....she understands this poem. P.s thank you so much for our card!!!! stella rose

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  15. Behave?
    What's that?
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.
    PS Gail has a friend who signs off all her emails with the quote "Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History".

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  16. BOL! What southern girl "behaves"?!?

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  17. Nice Poem Madi!
    hugs
    MR Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  18. Love it! Of course, when my Angel Brother Pip and Puddles visited you in the south ...I hear they didn't really behave so well. LOL

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  19. madi...total lee awesum N we lurned a new acronym two day.....N can ya bee leeve we just even used that werd !! paws up for GRITS !!!!! :) ♥♥♥♥♥

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  20. I love grits with lots of buttah BUT I never knew about this new meaning for grits... love it! I have never met a girl raised in the south that I didn't like!!!

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  21. So THAT's what grits are!!! We learned something new from your very good poem.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  22. Well what are grits, I know you eat them and I know you fry them but being a Aussie I still don't know what they are.
    Merle........

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  23. Whew - mom thought you meant the other grits!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  24. We've never eaten grits but we do like Girls Raised In The South if they are all like you and your mom.

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  25. Very southern and nice sweet Madi!

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  26. Great poem Madi. You reminded me of the show Alice when Flo would say , "kiss my grits". :)

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  27. MOL! What a cute poem, Madi! Definitely fits you. :)

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  28. BEHAVE???!!!! Have you MET ME??!!! Yeah, that's is probably why I would never do well in the South! BOL!!!!! I thinks that Ma has too big of a mouth to be there too! hehehehe
    You are one REFINED LADY gurl!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  29. What a great poem, Madi!!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  30. Super duper poem dear Madi......grits is a real southern specialty for sure. Mom and Dad's current "favorite dinner" is shrimp with cheese grits! Thanks for pawticipating in my poetry day. You always have a goodie!

    Love, Angel Sammy

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