People know the part I’m playing
Pay for every dance selling each romance
Ooh, I could say
When news will pass away
What could they say about me
There were just the bungalows
Right, ‘Cause for the Right Fee.
Oct 30 2018
Oct 26 2018
Yes, we know, we forgot the circumflex , but it IS in the drawing below. Another wordpress language thing we haven’t mastered. Rose, the current Prairie Pug, isn’t the slightest concerned.
But, a friend’s (Charlotte) post (a guessing game we played re: her least favorite thing to clean in her house) prompted me to think of my own oven.
That is, what I was currently cooking in my own oven that was smoking up the house, le poulet roti. Well, it wasn’t really the chicken smoking, but my lack of housekeeping dans la cuisine (in the kitchen). I refer to this as ‘seasoning.’
It’s the “o” that has the circumflex, but I didn’t get so far as to read how this affects the pronunciation of the word. I pretty much just say ‘ro’ pronounced (as we say in my western Kansas family word say-isms), “that’s a hard row to hoe.” We’ll work on ‘r’s’ later.
Now to get specific (as I have said this is Prairie Pug’s French lesson who is intending to make this a gig), I’ll break iti down.
It’s first ‘le’ pronounced like ‘look’ but without the ‘k.’ And yes, it means “the” which they use before nouns, no more info required at this point.
Then it’s ‘poo’, no explanation… Prairie PUG.
Next, ‘lay’, easy. Sleeping dogs do not, but I do think maybe sleeping Princess Pugs do. Did I get this right?
Then ‘row’ ‘tee’ (as in tee-shirt).
Le poulet roti. If you know how to get the accents or French in wordpress, please let me know!
Oh? The recipe…WWJD (what would Julia do?) Two lemons, rosemary, salt and pepper the outside, 325 until it’s close like an hour 45, then higher to finish. Bon Appetit! (yes, I know I’m missing the accent…) Madame Speidel would be ashamed…
Oct 25 2018
Made in America with Loving Hands….
…still in production BUT available for Christmas!
Oct 25 2018
Catherine, Catherine! What a wonderful evening at The Cinemark.
I have to apologize for our late response
in expressing our praise and gratitude
for your efforts
in the groundbreaking arena of
Women’s Directorial Debuts.
I had to just take this upon myself, as Paula has been cyber-ly overwhelmed.
I have to say that the handsome picture of Tucker the day of the event
gave me pause…(paws?)…that is, what to wear.
He must have been busy helping you or primping as I had no response,
so I chose the Red Boa.
And, I’m so pleased with the t.
It expresses exactly my philosophy,
that we are feminists
because we feel we have something to say that will make a contribution
Not what we wear, it’s how we participate.
And personally, I like a little diversity, new blood.
So, to Hollywood’s Uber Director, Catherine Michon
and her team of Tucker and Bruce.
And soon, of Tom (Rooker) with your next flick filmed in ‘his home town’ Kansas City.
Now, what can we do to make this a great city in which to film a movie?
I can tell you that we MUST have better lighting.
We will roll out the Red Carpet and put down a Star, for you have earned yours.
Thank you for the effort.
Oct 23 2018
Sometimes for a Cowgirl…
there must be risks
…that one takes
…with one’s actions
…that were never a conscious thought…
but, it might just be
that it was worth the risk
…despite the costs…
to get ‘The Boot‘!
God has a plan
….put on your boots
and cinch up the straps…
ladies… we’re going for another ride...!
-Paula Elizabeth Graves, July 9, 2013.