Monday, June 30, 2014

Fanny Mail: A Shoe Question

Kiddies, I'm back at Winsome Headquarters, and am beginning to go through the letters and email messages that I received while I was gone. Paul Norkin of Manhattan, New York, writes: "Is it possible to get horseshoes fitted for my cat? I just think that with heavy metal shoes on, it would be less likely to jump onto my stereo cabinet."

Well, Paul, I think that is a delightful and innovative idea. I caution you to make sure the shoes are heavy enough to keep the cat firmly on the ground, because if it is still able to leap up, it would almost certainly cause damage to your stereo cabinet.

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Dating Tips From The Winsome Women

If you're an elderly person on the dating scene, the good thing is you don't have to worry about making long-term commitments.

Fans Welcome Grandmother Winsome

Even though I didn't post the name of the hotel where I am staying, thousands of fans turned out to welcome me. I am just tickled pink that so many people came out to say hello.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Edward's Return

 Edward just got home, and his ice cream truck appears cleaner now than it was when he left.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Posts From The Road: Edward's Ice Cream Truck Adventures

It's been a wonderful trip. The results were even better than I'd hoped for. I covered a lot of territory, and put quite a few smiles on little faces. I'm heading home tomorrow, so I decided to give away the rest of my stock to a few hungry children this evening. I let them each, one at a time, come into the back of the truck to choose their treats. Their displays of gratitude were the perfect ending to my ice cream truck adventures.

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Posts From The Road: Edward's Ice Cream Truck Adventures

Today I helped a little boy who was lost. He was crying because he couldn't find his way back to his family's campsite. My truck's familiar jingle led him to me, and after an hour or so of calming him down with special treats, I drove him to the nearby site and delivered him to his grateful guardians.