Living dangerously in a dog eat dog world!
JJ!Hugs darlin' I'm back and yes I did know that about that sentence...interesting isn't it.I saw Valance's wonderful 'thank you for helping me' post to you about his poem...that was really sweet of you to do to back him up like that...I was watching it as it went down...it got sicky there for a wee bit. I had wished I could have helped Valance with that as well, but I did't know him then or anything about his poem...I knew Valance wrote it... no one has his voice...but I had no background knowledge to back him up...soooooo glad you did. What happened wasn't right.Good fight darlin' - Proud of you both!BTW it was an awesome poem and well worth fightin' for IMHO....I wish he'd post it on his blog! Many hugsHawk
Cheers, Housty. That poem, in it's original state, was a true picture of visual and poetic art. Don't tell Valance, that, or he won't get his head in here, never mind his boots!
JJ,Oh I know...Valance sent me the original state of it...it was just pure talent!Oh never...I wouldn't tell that cowboy that...goodness girl...his head is way too big as it is...look, he just got home and already he's off playing with the Smutty Hussy! Nope me lips are closed! ;-)HugsHawk
Disgraceful behaviour... There's no poetic justice in playing away from the porch!
JJ Cocker - you know so many fab people.
Howdy Storyteller. Yup, she does. She even likes some of them, too. OK JJ... useless bits of trivia... lemme see... here's some of the surviving bits of French I remember from school. 'J'arrive a l'ecole et huite heure a demi.' And 'Mille neuf sans soixante huite.' (Spelling dubious) I can't say it's been very helpful over the years, but it was never going to be, as it means 'I arrive at school at half past eight,' and '1968'
You went to school in 1968... and you can remember the time you started... I'm impressed, Cowboy!
And yes, Petra... I am acquainted with a wide spectrum of fab community folk, on and off line!
Merci Mademoiselle. Je suis not just a pretty face, y’know.
Tsk... There aint no proof that I'm a mad moiselle, Valance, and I sure as hell aint no madam, either!