Never heard it as a verb before and yet I knew exactly what was meant. A picture is worth a thousand words.
I cleaned up my best Barbie, Midge, and Ken along with the dollclothes I could clean up and salvage and gave them to my granddaughters. They were so thrilled. Of course, back in May they were thrilled to have any toy delivery. I don’t know if they play with them.
Yup, definitely Rover for having such a thoughtful boy.
Simple solution: Bring the real pumpkin inside and put a fake one on the porch. Mine has a nightlight in it on a timer.
We’ll see the only nearby son whose family has been isolating at home tomorrow for a patio dinner. His kids will be catching the actual school bus in November. On Christmas Day we won’t be seeing any kids hiding behind the sofa so I want to enjoy the strip today.
I like your take on it. A better wording might have been, “I wish this was over and we didn’t have a need for face masks”.
At Thanksgiving last year, one of my grandsons wasn’t feeling well so I asked him if he’d like to watch Snoopy deal out sandwiches like they were cards. He said, “I remember that! Yeah!” It wouldn’t be the same without my grandson so I’ll just be patient and maybe by then, Apple won’t be so selfish.
I was waiting for someone to explain why these dogs even tried the catnip or made them act weird.
The Great Pumpkin is making the news lately as he’s lost the right to be televised instead of part of a computer subscription service. Don’t look for any of the other holidays in rerun either.
I’d start the record over and over at that point.