If you chase enough rabbits,
you'll make a trail. Come
down those trails with me.
I wanted to let you know that I have added you to my McBlogger Family list. Hope you like the name I gave you.Jason
What's good for the goose is good for the gander!
I will just gander over at that old building.
It's fine Uncle Jason. I'll go take a 'gander' at it one more time.
The word "Gander" is something I never heard of until I came to Texas, and I still don't know what it means and I still don't use it. So I'll leave it up to yous guys to use it in a sentence.
How about... goosey goosey gander.And just for the record... I learned that from my mama.And no, i won't sign my name to it.
No fair, James. You got mine. Just because you are three hours ahead of us doesn't mean you should have all the fun.I think I'll have a gander at my new flower book that a very special friend gave to me for my birthday. (it is wonderful, mo, in case I haven't told you)
Kim,,,,,glad you liked the book. If I ever get to come to Alaska again, I'd like to take a gander at it.
marm, you bein takein all the guud stuff ho zurr!'ow about,that gander be a gurt stoopid beast ho hurr!
I'm a little late with this but I here goes...While wandering around in Gander, East Newfoundland Canada, I was called a gander while taking a gander at a gander. :)
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