This is my challenge for you this week. We have such a stupid language that I'm sure English must be one of the hardest languages to learn. I found this on Pinterest and had a good chuckle trying to read it. I really hope you can click on it to have a go. Let me know how you get on.
Hi Annie, I am hear or here! just joking! The English language must use the same sounding words with so many different spellings than any other. No wonder children have problems learning to spell. However, I am here now but had to pop off before leaving you a message as we have taken my mum and dad to the coast and they were ready for breakfast so all else stops which I'm sure you understand. Sorry my post is a bit lengthy this week but it would seem that I went a bit mad with the camera. I love to see little Theo in his tub but I'm sure he will soon need something bigger. You are right to enjoy your time with the family and little Milly reminds me that I have some dog toys to sew up when we get back. Maisie and Stan are in kennels which they love as they can bark and get as dirty as they like so guess it's dog heaven. Have a great weekend, Angela xXx
Oh my! No wonder foreigners find it difficult!
Great seeing your grandies growing so fast.
have a good cweek,
Brilliant! You are right it is a funny old language but very rich all the same. I might join in your funnies today - nearly had a heart attack as I sat here typing. Will snap what I saw! xx
Hi Annie, sorry I couldn't join in last week but happy to have made it today. Your day out with the children looks like so much fun. Reminds me of days when I was able to spend with my cousins when I was young - good memories to have. I wonder if you will be able to find a duplicate dog toy for Milly when her favourite finally disintegrates altogether. Wouldn't like to be you if you can't. Oh, the English language! I love it but I can see just how daft it must seem at times. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Ellie xx
As I struggle to learn a new language, I really sympathise with the Spanish folk trying to learn mine. Sanish has far fewer words than English, and they seem to follow the 'rules' more. English really is very strange, but I still love to hear it being spoken properly.
It looks as though you enjoyed your trip to Chirk Castle, and it is lovely that all the little ones get on so well together. I smiled at Theo in his tub. He's obviously having a good time too.
I wonder whether milly will accept a replacement when the old one is beyond repair. Maybe, with your sewing skills, you will be able to keep adding little bits so it is never completely gone. Kate x
I nodded off half way through reading the task you set us, but I did complete it in the end.
Love seeing little Theo in the water bucket haha and of course darling Milly xxx