"All of my love to you, child."
Yes, I was wondering about that, too. Where’s the guinea pig in the last piece? Is he just being modest, as you said, or is there more to the story? Maybe he’s just not done yet?
I sure hope it works out!
Yes, that was another of the more sensible possibilities I considered. Thanks.
But, just like misheard lyrics, I can’t completely get rid of my mistaken impression. Thanks for being patient with me!
Absolutely no apology needed! I didn’t take it as snarky. But I appreciate that you were concerned! Thanks for having patience with my silly notion. :)
Ah, ok. When Georgia said she was going to write “Gumdrop” in Greek letters, but it looked off in the picture, I took it to mean she was identifying that guinea pig.
Which would raise all sorts of new questions about these guinea pigs’ life spans!
Yes, I had replies refusing to post. I had to sign in today, they’re changing something in their format. Might have something to do with it.
(Heart melting) Aww! That’s so sweet!
While reminiscing, my husband and I have discovered at least one instance where our paths crossed before we knew each other. There was a “Mad About You” episode dealing with this, too.
It might be silly, but I like to think that some couples were meant to be, and fate has fun in weaving their stories together.
I need a little help with my perception of the Greek section. Before Georgia told us he was Gumdrop, I was wondering about what look like two arms on one side of the guinea pig. My imagination went to mythological hybrids, like centaurs. It’s so far fetched, but I was wondering if he could be a guinea pig- July bug hybrid?
I keep trying to convince myself that what I’m seeing isn’t little bug arms, but rather just folds in the fabric of the toga. That’s it, right? Has to be. Or, something else more sensible. Please, talk me down from this weird impression I can’t seem to shake.
That about sums it up perfectly!