Dear Readers! This blog is so overjoyed it’s paragraph’s are welling up with punctuation. Why? Because The Overly Creative Writer Lady has agreed to stop by and answer some questions for us!
But let us not dilly dally in our joyousness for we mustn’t waste the precious time of The Overly Creative Writer Lady.
Overly Creative Writer Lady thank you for dropping by! Here is our first question for you:
What indeed! Why it is nothing less than the ancestor of our forefathers as they trod upon the purple-ish mountains of Mother Earth in search of Father Sustenance, Uncle Shelter and Auntie Clothing — harkening intently to the sound of the silvery cow bell as it swung to and fro with a ding-dong, ding-dong ding-dong . . .ding! even as the humble farmer of mankind extracted sweet milk from its bovine-ian utter of life.
So you think it’s a cow?
Yeah, don’t you?
Uh . . . let’s just move on to our next question.
What indeed!!! Why it is the salt. . nay it is the salsa of life itself!!! It is the pure expression of a heart-felt exclamation!!! It’s what keeps one from jumping off the Golden Gate bridge after a bad day at the office or, plunging to ones death after going out the wrong door on purpose on the observation deck of the Space Needle!!! For this is the ultimate symbol or the ding-dong, ding-dong ding-dong . . .ding! if you will, of the perfect punctuation storm of a point and an exclamation!!!
So you think it’s an exclamation point?
Yeah don’t you?
Uh . . . okay . . . well, let’s just keep going forward.
What indeed! It is that which links humanity as tightly together as the braid of the daughter of an over-caffeinated mother who fancies herself a hairstylist and fashions her child’s hair into a pigtail so tightly wrought, it could withstand the gyrating whirl of the whirlybird blades as they ding-dong, ding-dong ding-dong . . .ding! centrifugally on their way to rescue the downtrodden who have fallen into ravines — all the while reporting back to the masses what the traffic looks like from a-way up in the wild, blue yonder.
So you think it’s a helicopter?
Yeah don’t you?
Earth to Overly Creative Writing Lady! You have yet to answer a single question right. This is not a helicopter! Here we’ll give you a hint. It is a form of transportation that carries people to and from their destinations.
Nooo! not a car! It rhymes with rain . . . .
Oh, I know I know . . . a train?
Well that’s all we have time for today, Overly Creative Writer Lady. Thank you for coming by though.
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Until next time . . . I love you