Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Luna & The FBS

Luna & FBS


Here's the Perfect Puppy Dog displaying FBS at the beginning of REPEAT #10. Can you say 'kick-ass'? Since 'kick-ass' is not in between quotation marks, should the question mark still be inside the italics? I'm never sure on that. Absolutely NOTHING else is new.

Any good FREE Spell-Checkers out there to use within Blogger? I HATE the Blogger Spell-Checker. It's dumber than I am when it comes to spelling.

Damn exciting post if I do say so myself. You guys are so screwed as obviously I used up my excitement quota in Snohomish and Yosemite.

Here's your Wednesday Funny! Click to see Threadbared where Mary and Kim (not me) actually use their brains to make up really funny stuff.

Threadbared.com


And MORE not-my-cat pictures!!

So Wrong


There are just noooooo words.......

5 Comments:

Blogger Nancy said...

Smiles today, and sunshine.

Good thoughts and happy dreams!

7:28 AM  
Anonymous Esther said...

OH KIM!! The FBS is looking beautiful! (of course Luna dresses it up a lot too!)...great job girl, can't wait to see it finished!!!

4:42 PM  
Blogger Heather said...

That is cat torture!! The Yankees are evil. There should be charges against the owner of that cat.

1:30 PM  
Blogger amanda said...

pretty shawl! and what a coy pup :O)

2:19 PM  
Blogger stephanie said...

Found you via amanda. Lovely shawl! Adorable puppy.

Oh, and to answer your question, punctuation always goes inside the quotation marks. I've been seeing it your way a lot lately. Sort of makes me wonder if the latest edition of Elements of Style changed the rules...

1:47 PM  

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