Monday, April 25, 2016

PENELOPE LEARNS CAPITAL LETTERS AND PUNCTUATION

Hello. It is I, Penelope. With bloggers busy A to Z-ing, Mom Mom said she would teach me a new way to write.

I have learned state capital letters and fengshuition. (Note from Penelope's editor, Janie Junebug: Penelope learned about state capitols at the same time she learned about capital letters. She also learned about punctuation the same day she heard about feng shui. She is quite stubborn in her beliefs that the terms state capital letters and fengshuition are correct.).

State capital letters means I put a bigger letter at the beginning of sentences and names. See? I am Penelope.

Fengshuition means I use periods at the end of a sentence and even commas when Mom Mom reminds me. It makes my sentences look balanced and more pleasing to the eye. 

I learn so many new words!

I have a new bed. Mom Mom thought it her bed. I showed her it my bed, but I let her sleep in it with me.

I put my red kong on the bed so I have a little chew when I wake up. Mom Mom is a good bed buddy.




I am good dog.

Okay. That is all.

48 comments:

  1. You are brilliant & beautiful & I love you!!

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  2. Penelope, Congrats on learning your capital letters.
    Fengshuition: great word!

    You look cute in your mama's bed...er, I mean YOUR bed! That bed looks so inviting: I'm so tired from the A-Z, I can't wait to get some decent sleep!

    Have a good week Penelope. Tell Franklin and your Mom I said Hey.

    Michele at Angels Bark

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    1. Mom Mom and Franklin say, Hi, Michele! You need to sleep with me and get some rest. Mom Mom sleeps better in my bed.

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  3. Penelope, you are so smart! And I think your fengshuition is brilliant.

    -Eddie

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    1. Hi, Eddie! I remember you, Eddie! Hi! You are cute! You need to go to dentist to buy new toofs!

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  4. Dear Penelope,

    You are such a smart dog! I hope that you and Mom Mom can help me out a grammar issue that involves fengshuition. What gives with using the noun “gift” as a verb? To give is a perfectly good, although irregular, verb; give, gave, given. Do people think using gift as a verb makes things fancier, more special? Does “I gifted her with a car for her birthday…” sound fancier than “I gave her a car for birthday…”? Is the gifted car a newer model than the given car? Did Gwyneth Paltrow gift somebody something, and now everyone gifts so they can be bright and shiny just like Gwyneth? Please help.

    Best Regards,
    Wilma

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    1. Mom Mom says she will make your question a Friday topic during May. She says to tell you for now that she hates gift used as a verb. She hates impact as a verb, too. Mom Mom does not like people who invent grammar. Mom Mom thinks Gwyneth a good actress but maybe not so smart.

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  5. You are adorable Penelope.
    Good dog. Good dog.
    Do you know what the State Capitol Letter of Wisconsin is?
    If you said 'W', you are correct!!!

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    1. I said W! I am so smart! Yes, I am adorable, too.

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  6. How adorable. Loved this post.

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    1. Thank you for visiting Mom Mom and Franklin and me.

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  7. What a nice picture of you! Such a pretty girl. Virtual head and ear scratches. ;)

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    1. I like to have my back scratched. Mom Mom scratches my back in bed. Human brother holds me and scratches my back. Feels so good I wiggle my bottom!

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    2. okay--back scratches it is! :)

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  8. yesh you are a gud dug and i thehamish lurve you
    i thehamish not using gud punctuation but you are so smart

    cheers, thehamish

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    1. I lurve you, thehamish. You are a gud dog. I don't care if you don't know state capital letters and fengshuition. You still smart.

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  9. You are good and smart, and you take good care of Mom.

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    1. Oh, yes. I am good and smart. My brudder Franklin mostly takes care of Mom because he is the big dog. I am the liddle dog.

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  10. State capital letters. Love that.

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    1. You know I am right, don't you? Mom Mom argues sometimes.

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  11. Dear Penelope:

    You are one smart pooch and I'll bet Mom is lucky to have you dog-edit daily. Please teach some of my kiddos when to capitalize and when not to...also, tell me if I should capitalize "southerners." Everybody needs a little help now and then.

    Love,
    Cherdo

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    1. Mom Mom says use state capital letters for Southerners. Use state capital letter for Southern when you mean people or what people believe. I guess Mom Mom might be right.

      This once.

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  12. Oh, how cute you are! And you stole the bed, just like that, didn't you? And got away with it. You must be very smart indeed. Now, did I forget a comma there. I usually put in to many of them. Where does Franklin sleep?

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    1. Franklin won't sleep in my bed. He didn't sleep in it when it was Mom Mom's bed. He sleeps on the rug next to the bed.

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  13. You're getting there still a bit more to learn Penny

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    1. Yes, I learn every day. I do not understand walking with a leash on my neck. But Mom Mom has to keep me safe.

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  14. Penelope, you think a lot like my Trinity. She hides chewies in the bed all the time!

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    1. Maybe she wants to share with you. I won't let Mom Mom have my red kong.

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  15. Hahaha, Janie... Penelope is lot like you... such humor!

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    1. Maybe I am like Mom Mom because I am her little girl.

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  16. No Janie, I just felt that so many of you who had been with me for so long on this journey seemed all of a sudden to not know me. Know that I am a strong woman not to be messed with. I was just so happy when I went to the cardiologist because all else was so good and then I got bad news and not even a chance to ask any questions. I just wanted to share my experience wiht assembly line doctors.

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    1. Please forgive us for fussing over you. We all want the best for our Inger. When I broke my back, I had a terrible time getting answers to my questions.

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  17. Oh dear, sweet Penelope. Is "Needy" your middle name? I thought so. Good doggy.

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    1. Mom Mom says my middle name is Sweetheart. She calls me to go out. She says, Come, Penelope Sweetheart. I don't know what Needy means, but I bet Mom Mom does.

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  18. Fengshuition is a great word. It should be added to the dictionary.

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    1. Mom Mom says I have the word wrong, but she likes it. We all like it.

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    1. I have everybody beat. I don't know what that means, but I'm sure I do.

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  20. Hahaha! Of course it's your bed, Penelope. ☺ How generous of you to let your Mom use it.

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    1. I love Mom Mom. I like to share with her.

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  21. So glad, Penelope, that you learned some grammar...now you must teach this to my Wallace. Wallace likes his own bed but he demands some treats in his Kong every night.

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    1. I don't need treats in my kong because I get a bedtime biscuit. Franklin and I can't sleep without our biscuits.

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