Duh.Silly mommy.I'm getting this type of response a LOT lately from G. He's apparently become a know it all.It's getting annoying. *L* Because I know it all. (not.)
#1113*I* know nothing about dinosaurs. I have a baby brother who believes they never existed, that God put their remains into the earth to provide fossil fuels (that's his master's degree). Anyhow.I came up as Galadriel. It had been so long since I read the books (and have never watched the movies) I did not know if it was a good thing or not. Miss Language says it is a good thing. Although I agree that Yoda holds a lot of appeal.I am not using the poetry book you mentioned. I just made that WCW thing up on my own, not even part of school, just looking for a blog entry. :)
Yeah, we get to learn as much from the kids as they do from us. As you were saying before, they reach a stage where mother does'nt know everything, anymore.Reading the new Harry Potter did take a big chunk of last week. I was pleased with the way things ended (Can't say too much on line, can we?)Over here, we need to register for an ISBN number and a library catalouging number before publishing, with two different agencies. You'd surely have a similar set-up and would need to look them up if you were to publish. You'd start with your government listings, to find them. It's pretty easy. Just red tape.Hope you have a great weekend,Paula
#1,121 (Scratching my head... why does that seem like an important number?)You are no doubt right about the Hitchhiker's thing. If anyone is likely from Betelgeuse, it would be my brother (spoken like the loving sister I am).and there is no airco at this ice cream place. It is an old garage so you eat outside. Part of the challenge is beating the meltage.Hope I can figure out that number thing...
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