Another oldie not published at the time due to Nik’s reluctance. Since he’s happily blogging away on his own (Amphisbaenian’s Blog: http://amphisbaenian.wordpress.com/) & is 14 1/2, I can now share his first attempt at learning to blog (and being very snarky in the process!)
Nik turned 13 last month. It’s now time for him to have a blog of his own. He’ll use this to record his observations of nature, books, current affairs and anything else that sparks his interest. Homeschooling rocks!!
Today I’m teaching him the basics in my blog, which include typing, formatting and adding images.
We’ll also learn about categories, tags and PAY ATTENTION, NIK!!!!.
We’ll keep Nik’s blog private for now. He needs to decide what his blog name will be & which theme he likes. I think that’s about enough for one day.
So, the rest of this post is Nik’s (and my grammar check!)
Titmice are such liripoops .
They are leptorrhinians using their beak to crack tough seeds and nuts and the occasional pismire.
That being so, they’re probably quite saprostomous.
Chances are they’re rather jumentous as well.
Condition: Something that needs to be true or to happen for X to occur or be true. because
Subjunctive: Future possible occurence that is dependent on a condition. were to, will, can
Also I hear they are rather dasypygal. Well, I guess they’d need to be if they were to survive the winter .
Titmice’s life-spans are so short that the oldest Titmouse’s atmatertera wouldn’t be half mine or your age.
But other than // all the mature males being twiddlepoops // having feathers as soft as balbriggan // being so timid that even the slightest noise will cause it to burst will cause it to burst into a collieshangie as if it had just been cornobbled / / and of course the other previous facts / / the titmouse is just one of those incredibly annoyingly difficult to classify tiny brownish-gray birds.
All the mature males are twiddlepoops. These shy birds have feathers as soft as balbriggan and are so timid that even the slightest noise will cause it to burst will cause it to burst into a collieshangie as if it had just been cornobbled. Without all these features, the interesting titmouse would be just one of those incredibly annoyingly difficult-to-classify tiny brownish-gray birds.