I WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT
I love good Vines so much. They remind me of how I felt watching Ask a Ninja and...
kaitodarkmousy asked: I was reading "Fortunately, the Milk"to my 2nd graders today and they had a question. I promised I would contact the author and see what he said, so here it goes. In the story, you have a pink pony with a blue star, even though blue stars are last season. Why, then, is the pony wearing a blue star? They asked and were very curious. I hope you can spare a moment for an answer and thank you very much for your time and for writing this wonderful book that is getting the best reactions from a class.
It was a very poor pink pony, who had saved up all its ponymoney the previous year and got the finest blue glittery star it could. It had reveled in...
i thought of you, while in the shower
and i thought of how nice it’d be
to have your things among my things