Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Now, a weather report from western WA

Well, folks, today, in Western WA, we had our first frost. For crying out loud! It's the 20-somethingth of November! What's the matter with the weather? It was cold all summer, and now it's warm and muddy all fall. Frosts are supposed to come in October.
Sorry, I just had to bore you all out with my weather woes.
Anyway, for the next couple of days, I get to go over to Eastern WA, where hopefully there will be some SNOW! But that's hopefully.
Are you all feeling nice and thankful, and akin to strict villagers in white aprons, and shoes and hats with buckles? Once, when I was 7, I wrote a horrid play in which Squanto goes to visit the pilgrims. I just about died at how ridiculous it was when I read it lately. Mom thinks it's cute, so she insists on keeping a million copies of it. I suppose when I'm 30-something I'll go over it again and it will just touch my heart and I'll reminisce about my childhood. I guess I'll be thankful then. (Haha! get it? Thankful, and it's almost Thanksgiving! Bwa ha Ha! Pretty punny, huh? No, not really. As George MacDonald says in his book, the Light Princess, "The most objectional form duplicity can assume is that of punning.")
Well, have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Feel sentimental all weekend.


Jake K. said...

That was so funny! You can make something from nothing.
Jake K.

Gabby said...

Hahaha!! ya its really cold in Deer Park it even snowed a little last night.

Keilah said...

I think you should write up and post your horrid play (right everyone?!).

Please please please?.....


You totally should. I so want to read it! And if you decide not to post it, will you promise to bring it on Sunday? But then, all your other readers will feel left out, so I think you should go ahead with plan A.


The Reluctant Dragon said...

Never! I can't humiliate myself that much.
Besides, I'd probably get sued by a million Native Americans because the thing is so politically incorrect.

Bracie said...

I don't think there is anything offensive about your sweet, respectful play. You just need to get over your unnecessary embarrassment.


Anonymous said...

Oh my! I love that play...but not as much as the story with the rock star sister or something. Now THAT one, your readers should clamor for!

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