Friday, December 9, 2011

Welcome, welcome, one and all!

Welcome to the new blog ball!

I welcome you with open arms,
to this beautiful blog full of bloggity charms.

I love my new blog with all my heart,
so please come over and be a part!

I've never tried my hand at rhyming,
but this blog makes me think it's just the right timing!

Okay, I promise never to do that again because it was painful.

I was hoping I would write a really good poem and then and the end I could say "I'm a poet and I didn't even know it!" just like Fern did that one time on that one Arthur episode.  Oh, Arthur.  So many quotable lines...

"9 times 9 is eiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiighty one!"

"When the weather outside is crummmy!"

Petunia: "What's for lunch?"
Ghost of Lunches Future: "Peanut butter and banana sandwiches..."
Petunia: "Peanut butter and banana sandwiches?"
Francine (at the same time as Petunia): "Peanut butter and banana sandwiches--hey! How'd you know that?!"

And of course, the best one of all:
"Having fun, isn't hard! When you've got a library card!"

Oh, but wait. Even better:
"And we can tell that the cookie dough is hitting the pan...because we can hear it."

Anyway, for any newcomers to the blog, I don't normally write posts about favorite childhood t.v. shows or favorite teenage years t.v. shows (because Arthur falls under both of those categories), but I promise you you'll enjoy your time with me on this "fabio" (fabulous) new blog.

(Why? Because I have a high school degree, and the college degree is under construction...duh.)

 Also, if you feel so inclined, become a follower of this blog over there on the right!  And while you're over there, notice who designed this fabio blog.  The ever-so-amazing Kenzie, who is a FANTASTIC designer.  If you are looking to redesign your blog, I totally recommend her and her talents!  If you're not looking to redesign, then you should still follow her blog because she's adorable and such the so cute.

Thanks for being here!

1 comment:

Reegan Lake said...

My favorite Arthur quote is as follows: "did someone say CAAAAAAKE?" Mr. Ratburn