I so wish I could say that my blog post with the most hits was one of substance, one that would affect change in someone's life, one that would leave a mark.  But alas, much like Billy Ray - who laughed all the way to the bank with "Achey Breaky", I am laughing all the way to Shanda's Best of 2011 Blog Hop at A Pause on the Path with the very substantive post below:

Achem.....

Presenting....

"Things I Learned From Veggie Tales"







It is not nice to call a cucumber a pickle!



Gourds do not have bellybuttons



Blueberries are pessimistic, depressing, melancholies.


Carrots have Irish accents




French peas really do speak French (who knew?)


Cucumbers enjoy watching soap operas about manatees.



Tomatoes are entirely too bossy!



Gourds just "want to dance.....want to groove....want to feel the rush of the wind under their shoooooes....."



Can you tell I am the mother of a Veggie lover?  He simply wont watch any other cartoon but Veggie Tales.




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