Vent:to expose to the air; to serve as a vent for; to give often vigorous or emotional expression to; to relieve by means of a vent; an opening for the escape of or for the release of pressure
Melissa,Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog. I'm glad you got a well deserved laugh-break from the responsibilities of daily life. By the way, I checked out your blog, too. Good luck with the move. It can be difficult to pull up roots and start anew in a new place-- especially when your husband is being sent away. If you ever need a smile, drop by my blog. I'll try to think of things that might make you smile when I write.By the way, I couldn't help but notice that you have a link to an Angelman Syndrome site. Do you have a child or know a child with Angelman's? Coincidentally, my husband started an on-line Angelman support group six years ago. We don't have a child with Angelman's, but we're both teachers. My husband worked with a child with Angelman's and started the on-line support group to assist the student's parents. The site is http://groups.msn.com/AngelmanSyndromeSupportGroup in case you or someone you know has a child with Angelman's and wants to hook up with others. Again, thanks for stopping by! --Trish
So does this mean I have to call him "SARGENT" when he comes to visit??LOVE YA'LLGRANPA
He makes me smile too. He is adorable!
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