Traffic Sign Lesson, Spanish Lesson, & Signing Lesson

 

 

Best Experienced With:   Juan’s Addicion;         Stop

(please right click on the link below to open the suggested background music to this evening’s three legged stool treatise in a new browser window)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwI02OHtZTg

 

“Señores y señoras”

(ladies and gentlemen)
“Nosotros tenemos mas influencia”

(we have more influence)
“Con sus hijos, que tu tienes”

(over your children than you do)
“Pero los queremos”

(but we love them, too)
“Creado y areglado”

(born in and a gift)
“De Los Angeles”

(from Los Angeles)
“Juan’s Adiccion”

(jane’s addiction)

 

 

“El unicornio respira el fuego y el caramel”

(the unicorn breathes fire and candy)

 

 

 

“No tengo miedo del fuego y el unicornio de respiración y nosotros del caramelo no necesitamos ninguna divisa que apesta” 

 

(i am not afraid of the fire and candy breathing unicorn and we do not need no stinking badges)

 

 

 

Ese unicornio un que vuela tiene rayas y pies púrpuras y anaranjados como un platypus 

 

(That one flying unicorn has purple and orange stripes and feet like a platypus.)

 

 

¡Cómo es impar! Es una maravilla que no baja sobre cuando aterriza para respirar el fuego y el caramelo en nuestra dirección general. 

 

(how odd!  It is a wonder it does not fall over when it lands to breathe fire and candy in our general direction.)

 

“Si utilizamos el fuego y el caramelo y conseguimos algunas galletas de Graham y melcochas, podríamos hacer S’ usos”

(if we used the fire and the candy and got some graham crackers and marshmallows, we could make S’mores)

 

 

 

The Mind of Mully

Give me back that automobile

Turn off that smokestack

And that radio

Hum.  Along with me….

 

 

 

(This one is dedicated to Dr. Tim de Minnesota, cirujano extraorinary, who I get to hang with this Wednesday. )

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2 responses to “Traffic Sign Lesson, Spanish Lesson, & Signing Lesson

  1. Hester

    “Do you like my hat?”

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