Please read this...If a katydid didn't, then what do we call it?
So, I was feeling a little bugged about the early deadline we had because of this week's holiday. Labor Day.
The buzzing in my ears reminded me that I needed to quickly come up with a colyum, 'cause our deadline was a bit earlier than usual, and time was fluttering by, just like a butterfly.
It occurred to me that I had a bunch o' pitchers of bugs and their ilk which I'd taken recently.
So, I stopped draggin' around and got to working on something for you folks to read and look at for this week.
I tried to find my RognboB CD with their song about cicadas, to no avail. Don't know what happened to the CD. Maybe it will show up again in 13 years, or 15 years, or 17 years, or whenever it is that cicadas seem to show up.
All of this got me to thinking about what katydids do, and, maybe, how to create some silliness, too. Life, it seems, would be a lot less stressful if we had a lot more silliness.
With that in mind, and keeping with bug theme, I wondered to myself: If a katydid did not do anything with its life all day long, would it be called a katydidn't?
And if a katydid got up early in the morning, when the grass was all wet, and had gone to a salon stylist to keep an appointment, then would a katydid have done a do in the dew that was due?
Or, maybe, the katydid changed its mind about its doing its dew do, does that mean that the katydid didn't do a due do in the dew?
And I sure hope the katydid didn't get sick, start flying around crazy and get stuck in a chimney, 'cause then you would have a katydid with the flu that flew into the flue, so it couldn't do what was due in the dew.
Sorry. Hope this didn't bug you. Much.