Jackie's Forget Me Nots

No vase can overflow if you never fill it up.

Watermelon

My eyes used to be bigger than my stomach but honestly I can’t eat a lot most of the time so I would not enjoy doing it. I may be able to participate in a watermelon eating contest but that’s about it really . Watermelon is about the only food that I really love to eat right now and even then I could probably only eat one whole one before absolutely not having any more room in my stomach .

Would you ever participate in a food eating contest? What kind? How much do you think you could eat?

One thought on “Watermelon eating contest

  1. I cannot eat much. Don’t know why. Just don’t like it, I guess.
    However, if you really like watermelon, you should go to Hope, Arkansas, in August, when they have their annual watermelon festival. Mmm!

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