Jada has decided that she thinks it’s funny to speak “country”. She’s been using the word “ain’t” for everything… except she hasn’t quite figured out how to use it in the right context. I decided that if she’s going to speak improper grammar, I might as well teach her how to do it properly!
“I think it’s good for me to write down my aspirations, so I can re-read my goals as time goes along, and remind myself of what we are working towards. Sustainable living. Independence. True Freedom.”
I’ve tried them all: snap traps, sticky pads, rat poison, electronic devices, and even cats… none of them work with any comparison to this flawless mouse catcher!
“What a beautiful, peaceful day it is today! The sun is out, a nice breeze is blowing, and there’s nothing more to do than enjoy the day…”
“It really was quite a humorous scene. Two city kids, trying to figure out how to skin and cook a rabbit.”