I went to "Mimi's Cafe" for dinner with my Great Grammie Pat and Grandpa Jim! Grammie and Grandpa were there along with my mom and dad. As we were leaving, I ran out and thought that my dad was right there beside me.
From behind me, I heard my dad's voice, "Hey, is that your new family?!"
Silly me! Dad was not right beside me, but since Dad was being silly, I thought I'd go along with it. I grabbed the hand of the man next to me and proceeded to walk half way to his car with him. He was a nice man and turned around to walk me back to me REAL family! I was a little ticked because I thought it would be a fun adventure to visit with another family.
Dad explained that if I did go with him, I would never see my REAL family again because this guy didn't know where we lived. I settled down a little.
I found this little lizard outside of our apartment and caught him pretty quickly. I think he was hurt already because he was so slow. I put him back in the dirt by a tree so he could go and find his family.
My mommy and I liked this circle of cars to play with. We had a car show. A yellow car would come into the middle of the circle and pick all the other yellow cars to join him. Then we did that with red and silver also. It was wheel fun!
Mommy's always teaching me new words and phrases. Sometimes though, I think that they can be improved upon. I'll list a couple of the ones that Mommy has taught me and my improvements. Let me know what you think.
Tunnel (just not enough punch) Tundel (it's got a better flow)
Thanks (come on, everyone says it like that) Fanks (I own this word)
You're welcome (this has the same thing going for it as "thanks.") Yellcome (quicker and still to the point.)
Pretzel (this word is far too old and needs updating) Prinzel (fresh word for a delicious snack)
Pickup truck (something with 4 wheels and a cab) Picnic truck (one of my favorite things on 4 wheels!)
Courtesy flush (Daddy stinks on the potty) Cursory flesh (I'm not quite sure what this means, but I think it just sounds better)
I'll try to think of more ways to bring the English language a breath of fresh air. When I do, I'll let you know.