Marilyn Lott

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Paula Deens’ Boys - Poem by Marilyn Lott

I’d like to share my visit to Savannah, Georgia
A setting that was wonderful of course
While there I saw Paula Deen’s restaurant
After visiting with a wagon-drawn horse

I had purchased a Paula Deen magazine
From a shop right down the street
Along with souvenirs in Paula’s gift shop
Then you’ll never guess who I would meet

“Do you have a magazine? ” the lady asked
When I said yes, she then sent me
Into an adjoining room and my goodness
You’d not believe who I would see

Jamie Deen stood behind a counter
Looked exactly like he did on TV
I’m sure I giggled like a teen girl
He grinned when he looked up and saw me

“Could I have your autograph, ” I asked him
He said, “Sure you can, baaaby! ”
Of course I had to give him a hug
And then guess who else I would see?

Into the room came his brother, Bobby
I got a hug from him as well
So excited and could have melted in a puddle
If you saw the pictures you could tell

For that was the special day last summer
When Savannah, Georgia I would visit
I’ll never forget meeting Paula’s boys
It was a day that was truly exquisite!

Comments about Paula Deens’ Boys by Marilyn Lott

  • Elysabeth Faslund (9/25/2007 11:12:00 AM)

    Thank you for writing and posting this! ! I love Paula's recipes and shows...too good to be true! Double chocolate, ooey, gooey, butter die for. Like meeting her sons! Lucky lady! ! xxElysabeth (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011

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