Mama Diaries

Saturday, November 24, 2018

Musical Blending

I hope all you American friends had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We did. The story today happened during meal preparation. My seventeen-year-old daughter was helping. At one point she was using the kitchen blender. I heard the machine pulse and stop. Pulse and stop. Pulse and stop.

"What are you doing?" I asked. "Things aren't going to get blended properly like that!"

She grinned. "I'm playing 'Jingle Bells' on the blender." She demonstrated again and sang along with it.

Sure enough, it sounded like Jingle Bells.

"Okay," I said. "You're going to have to find something a little slower so the blending goes longer."

"How about 'Silent Night'?"

Perfect!

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25 comments:

  1. hope the blender did not die from singing!

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  2. Well, that's one way to make the meal prep fun.

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  3. haha she may have herself a youtube hit there

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    1. I bet if she had posted it, it would've gone viral.

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  4. Music's in the family, and your daughter is a great innovator. Before long, every orchestra will have its Blender :)

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    1. Wouldn't that be a great instrument for an orchestra! LOL!

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  5. Such a cute story, Sherry! Hope your Thanksgiving was a special as ours.

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  6. Loving it. I'm sure that your blender's pulsing and stopping still sounded better than my singing.

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    1. Haha! It sounds better than mine, that's for sure!

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  7. Hope your Thanksgiving was great! Loved the story!

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  8. Hilarious story! LOL! I hope you had a great Thanksgiving! Big Hugs!

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  9. Now that is musical blending!

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  10. Blended music! It's the best. I make music while brushing my teeth. Well, maybe music is not the right word...

    Hello Sherry!

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    1. Haha! It probably sounds a lot like my husband's music. ;)

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