Saturday, August 12, 2006

Making Sister Pearl

Sister Pearl had to go talk about visiting teaching to the few Relief Society sisters who would go to something called "Visiting Teaching Luncheon" on a Saturday morning at 10AM . Sister Pearl is a southern woman with a BIG southern drawl. Her last name is Wiseman, and she was born a long time ago...sometime before the Great Depression. She's really well preserved. She's calls people precious and whispers, "Mercy!" after every yawn she makes.





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At 17:53, Anonymous Audrey said...

CLASSIC!

 
At 23:13, Blogger Azúcar said...

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At 23:13, Blogger Azúcar said...

Does Sister Pearl give advice?

If so, Sister Pearl, what do you do about your corns?

 
At 23:57, Anonymous Sister Pearl said...

Oh, when I was young and wearing the highest heels I could afford, I got a lot of corns because even though they drive the young men wild, high heels are not good for your feet. I soaked my feet every night in a salt bath and then I put talcum powder around the afflicted areas. Every three or four nights, I would bandage little slices of lemon to the corns, but that can damage the good skin around the corn. I always put a good balm on my feet in the mornings. Now, I wear comfortable "old lady" shoes. About once every two weeks I wear one of those silicon pads over the rough spots for a day, and by night, they're smooth as a baby's backside.

 
At 12:32, Blogger Laura said...

This is the most awesome thing I have ever seen. I am preparing my marriage proposal PRONTO!

 
At 16:36, Blogger Azúcar said...

Dear Sister Pearl,

I feel like CRAP. It's as if I shall empty the contents of my stomach at anytime. Any suggestions?

 
At 18:26, Anonymous Sister Pearl said...

Eat saltine crackers and drink 7-up when you're feeling close to upchucking. That mixture tastes better coming back up than anything else.

 
At 13:31, Blogger Pioneer Woman said...

She's a real hottie!

 
At 17:17, Blogger metamorphose said...

mwah! Oh that Sister Pearl is priceless. As is her advice.

 

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