Thursday

Haagen Daaz on Greenwich Avenue in Greenwich, CT

Received Thursday, November 8, 2007
Greenwich, CTI have a nanny sighting for you. I was outside Haagen Daaz on Greenwich Avenue the other day and I saw this African-American lady, who was skinny and looked about 25-30 with three kids, 2 boys and girl and the boys looked 2 and possible 4 or 5 and the girl looked about 7 or 8 and the nanny was buying them ice cream she was really nice to them and they really seemed to like her and they were really happy and the nanny was really nice and the girl was wearing a light blue sweater and she spilled chocolate ice cream all over it but the nanny was really great about it and just changed her without any scolding at all and i just want to a say that if this is your nanny, shes doing a REALLY great job and your kids love her!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where did she change the 7 or 8 year old? On the street? Isn't it like 40 degrees in NE today?

Anonymous said...

...this has to be the longest sentence I've ever read.

Meme said...

You both make a valid point.

I live in the north and it is COLD.

Also a severe case of run-on sentence.

But nice nanny.

Jane Doe said...

This sighting was submitted using the meebo toolbar. It was likely intended to read as a series of sentences.

Anonymous said...

It was nice to see a positive nanny report.

Anonymous said...

Do you know the meaning of the phrase "run on sentence"? Please, try to break it down next time for easier reading.

Anonymous said...

What, can't complain about such a good nanny report, so you're going to sic the grammar police on OP?

Anonymous said...

It is interesting that the report of a good nanny has grammar comments all over it. I haven't read all of the posts here, but there are plenty of 'bad nanny' reports with terrible grammar as well.

Interesting site, by the way...Very cool.

Alicia said...

Nice, happy, happy, nice.

cutefemmegirl said...

To Flame or not to Flame ... that is the question:

"For who would bear the whips and scorns of time,
The oppressor's wrong, the proud man's contumely" ...

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