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Re: Outdoor Killies - and speaking llama
> I know...I know, I shouldn't ask but an irresistible urge has seized me
> and I have to ask! How does one speak llama ? I thought only Doctor
> Dolittle could " Speak to the Animals ".
Groan (VBG). Actually, I gather that llamas are quiet most of the time but
they hum or chirrup at sunrise and sunset. I'll ask the next time I talk to
the "llama ladies."
Children are such wonderful
> little people....there is much we can learn from them.
You can say that again. One of the wonderful things about having a child is
seeing the world again through their eyes. Everything is new and wonderful.
Sadly, we usually lose that sense of wonder as we grow up.
The other nice thing with children is that they haven't learned to hate
other people or to prejudge them based on appearance or beliefs--another
thing that we often lose as we reach adulthood.
BTW, she spent part of the day helping me catch killies to bring inside for
"you've got to be taught to hate and fear
it's got to be drummed in your dear little ear
you've got to be carefully taught"
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