Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Josie and Grumpy


Every afternoon late, Grumpy feeds the fish. Sometimes I help him, and we count to make sure they're all there.


It is not easy because they will not stay still. Also, sometimes they hide.


This is a good place to do gymnastics.


I showed Meema the sentence I can write.


It is my own sentence, and it says, "Bug out to Josie."

Meema wanted to know what it means, and I told her that it means what it says.





 

5 comments:

Marcia said...

DO the herons come by for a snack of goldfish from time to time?

Barbara R. said...

Bug out might be a military term, which I first heard in MASH, meaning get out of here. So that still is confusing why Josie would say that. Maybe kindergarteners use it for another reason.

Anvilcloud said...

I thought you were another blogger at first when you talked about goldfish, for I have another friend who has mentioned them recently. In her case, she is getting ready to bring them inside for the Canadian winter.

Sandra Parshall said...

Whatever it means, I'm delighted she's learning to write in sentences. She's going to love being able to read and write. ❤️

jennyfreckles said...

Silly Meema - of course it means what it says! ;)