Cauli Le Chat

Cauli Le Chat
Cauli Le Chat, MPL Roving Reporter

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

"I Pity the Goat Goin' Over That Bridge ..."

Gruff billy goats, a troll who sounds like Mister T, hoof art, and valentines are featured in this week's episode of Miss Michelle @ MPL.  Plus fun crafts and great reading for young children and their caregivers.

Great Mister T Impression, Crafty Gal
("I pity the goat goin' over that bridge ...")

Young readers may not know who Mister T is.  Minions, make with the photos.

A Tad Early, I'd  Wager,
But Still Pretty Funny

What's with the "flat feline" attached (?) to Mister T's wristband?  Not sure I get that part of the joke.

One of Crafty Gal and Aggie McPooch's children's picture books featured in this week's video blog (vlog) was about goaterbleats, which I have called by their regular human's English name in my kids' blog.

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Those are some brave goaterbleats crossing that bridge with that Mister T troll standing underneath.  Wouldn't catch moi crossing there, I assure you. Helicopter over, I'd venture.

"I pity the troll who can't jump this high,"
says this goaterbleat

In the crafty portion of Crafty Gal's early literacy programs, we would have enjoyed hoof painting.  Well, my minions would have done it for moi, but, still, it would have been fun.

Great Hoof Painting, Goaterbleat

A long time ago, I blogged about feline paw painting, but this is a new twist. Livestock hooves are harder "brushes" for painting purposes.  I'm surprised Jackson Pollock didn't think of it.

Could Be a Jackson Pollock

Maybe he did.

For moi, it's a tad early for Valentine's Day, so I'll let Crafty Gal discuss those picture books and crafts in her early literacy blog.



Your Roving Reporter On The Go,


Cauli Le Chat


P.S.  See the amazing painting goaterbleat!  I hope somebody is charging for admission.


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