English is a tricky language. Here's a very humorous example:
And, I'll take "Not What I Was Expecting to See When I Walked Into The Dining Room" for $400, Alex.
Someone left some cake crumbs behind and Lucy took care of business.
Hope you are well and maybe I will talk to you tomorrow.
I will persevere.
I will keep moving forward.
I will be the stream.
I always took English for granted until I married someone for whom it wasn't their native tongue. Not only is punctuation a problem, but all the slang sayings we use daily has been a source of great glee and sometimes embarrassment.ReplyDelete
I can only imagine.Delete
English is more illogical in punctuation, pronunciation and spelling than any language I've studied. It's crazy! That dog is living her best life. :)ReplyDelete
And I am more than happy to give it to her.Delete
My living room table is closer to the ground so when my grandson is finished eating, Falcor will go clean up any mess left behind. lolReplyDelete
Dogs love little peopleDelete
I don't blame Lucy ... I love a cake crumb!ReplyDelete
It's really good cakeDelete
Gotta leave the chairs pushed in.ReplyDelete
Working on it.Delete
Lucy deserves an extra treat for washing the table - hah! I love that example of how punctuation changes one sentence.ReplyDelete
She gets extra treats just for being cute.Delete
Lucy is such a conscientious dog, always cleaning up after you!ReplyDelete
She is so generous.Delete
Lucy the Hoover! :DReplyDelete
Isn't it mystical that such a low to the ground animal can detect the presence of cake crumbs so far above her head? A disturbance in the force as if a millions of tiny pieces of food cried pout at once.ReplyDelete
A Star Wars reference on Star Wars Day. You are awesome, Debby.Delete
Commas are very important. How ever I don't think I will be writing the phrase any time soon. :)ReplyDelete
Be careful what you wish for, Bathwater.Delete
Yay for Lucy helping cleanup!
She definitely rules the roostDelete