They’re tiny, they’re shiny, and they love to boogie. They jitter and jive their way around the world in the company of my college pal Kristen, and yesterday they danced right into my house and won my children’s hearts. Before that, they trotted off to Japan, and we’ve had a ball seeing the sights with them: it’s the world up close and miniature, and the result is poetry in pictures.
We hope they’ll dance back down this way very soon!
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From the Wayback Machine: Parts of Speech Car Game
Another Site that Tickles Jane’s Fancy