Flying Buses and Rugs

C’mon! The crossing guard cannot stand there holding up that stop sign all day.

Get on the Red bus. We are going to Gail Thornton’s World. Who says the bus does not have wings?

Red Road Trip Bus

Click the bus to find out about the new book out today! Gail was grilling me asking about really bad behavior. She has these really sheshe rugs, so come get comfy. Do stay awake. She rather frowns on snoring.

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  1. Loved the interview Gail and Red! 🙂

    Unfortunately I couldn’t leave a comment at the foot of the page as the advertising covered up the comments area!

    Despite this I thank you both for an illuminating read! 🙂

    Love and hugs always!


    • You are very welcome. If you return, click the Mosaics button and choose classic. I am pretty sure she adjusted it this morning 😉 Thank you for reading!

  2. Great Interview.
    I must say, Red, OMGosh, that photo of you is stunning and gorgeous! WOW.
    Congrats on all of your superb accomplishments! xxxxxx
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  3. Gail I couldn’t for the life of me figure out where to look to comment on your post. argghh.
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  4. Thank you everyone for trying to leave comments! I have changed the format to classic which makes it simple to leave comments there now. Thank you for the visit to my world Red, where the best entertainment has been your visit answering my questions about Taming the Terrible Twos! <3
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  5. An imaginative take on interviewing yet again. Well DONE!
    I laughed out loud when Red said, “…. I think it really helps the children.”

    I can’t comment on Gail’s page.
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    • Thank you for reading it. I really do believe it. Children stand a much better chance of coping with childhood when parents know what to expect and how to cope themselves. Gail fixed the comment section. 😉

  6. Oh, and congratulations, Red. (I’m w-a-y behing).
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  7. And, congratulations, by the way, Red. (I’m way behind.)
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