Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Sara Re-defines Herself!

The other day Sara and I were listening to a little John Denver, when she heard our friend John describe one of his lady friends as "wild as a mink, but sweet as soda pop." She was instantly enamored by the description. "Dang, that's how I want you to describe me!" I thought it a worthy description and have delivered by changing her caption on my blog to exactly that. Which brings me to my poll question: What better defines Sara? Wild as a Mink or Sweet as Soda Pop?

6 comments:

cheryl said...

That is a tough one. She is pretty daring... she will try about anything, but she is sweet too. I'm going to have to think that one through before I cast my vote.

Darrell said...

Does it have to be in the disjunctive? Can't it be both? I'm afraid of Sara so I can't say.

korie said...

I'd have to say I know her as sweet as a soda pop. Love that girl!

Rachey Smart said...

Sorry If I'm way late on this post, I haven't been in the blogging world forever. I would have too most definitely say she is sweet as soda pop though. Sara is sweet. Definitely more sweet than wild...but then again there was Sara unplugged...

Robyn & Co. said...

I'm a little afraid of Sara too, but I still have to wonder... are we talking about the Sara who taunted FoHi security by regularly slipping under the chain link fence to have lunch at Miguel's (a local Mexican food dive) or the Sara who heads up the primary and takes dinners to needy neighbors? hhmmm...

SavageSam said...

I'm sorry I'm really late on posting, but as her mother I like to get the last word anyhow. In her younger days she was definetly more 'wild' than 'sweet'. She was always the first one to take a dare to jump off the highest rock at Lake Powell, or climb the steepest,tallest rock at Joshua Tree. But time has mellowed her, and although some of that wild will always be there,I would have to say she is now more sweet than wild.