Me and Mom know a very cool blogger named Low Rainy Day, and she . . .
Her name is Lorraine, says The Queen of Grammar who always has to get stuff just right.
Now let's see if I can continue without more interruptors.
Lorraine blogs at We are:Clamco. Me and Mom have liked Lorraine for a pretty long time, but we got even more interested in her when she started painting pretty things on rocks. Yes! Fur real rocks, like you find outside.
Lorraine even sells the pretty painted rocks, and we gots some. I can't show you pitchers of them because they're going to be Kissmas presents. You know how I love Kissmas.
But Lorraine said we can use some of her pitchers to show you her rocks.
Lorraine's rocks are so bootiful that she has sold most of them, but if you wanna see what she has left so you can buy
Some of them are sins of omission, which means . . .
They're commissions, which means that people ask for them and Lorraine paints what they want on the rock.
But if you don't wanna buy rocks, it's okay. Me and Mom hope you will visit Lorraine because we think you will like the pitchers on her blog of her painting and then she shows us how the rocks turn out.
Mom actually said something pretty smart about the bootiful rocks. She said, Franklin, sometimes people say "dumb as a rock" or "stone deaf." Suck phrases suggest that a rock is as dead as anything can be. But when Lorraine turns a rock into art, then it lives because art is alive forever.
Don't you think Mom is rotund?
Mom says she's not rotund and that the word I should use is profound. snicker snort
Mom is kinda rotund. snicker snort snicker snort
I wonder if I can hold a paintbrush in my paw.
Penlapee! Do you wanna take a nap?
Here she comes.
Okay I love you bye-bye.