Saturday, November 13, 2010

playing with matches

Call me Yenta.

For that's pretty much who I would be if I were a little shorter and parents would entrust their precious children's future happiness in my hands. Alas our society doesn't exactly pay obviously talented people like myself (as seen by who I married) to find them (or their children) perfect matches.

Do you think I could qualify for benefits as being an unemployed professional matchmaker?


Becca Bird said...

Love it! You are so clever.

Lori said...

Yenta or Emma. :)

Mary said...

Do all your single friends sing, "Matchmaker, matchmaker find me a match. . . " to you? I always seranade Jared with, "If I were a rich man . . . " It has yet to take effect.

Sondra said...

Yes, find me a find...catch me a catch.