alternative facts

It’s there in black and white.
monstern 1. an imaginary creature, usually large and frightening, compounded of incongruous elements. 2. a misshapen animal or plant. 3. an inhumanly cruel or wicked person. 4. an animal or thing of huge size. – adj. huge.

the top of Edgar's head and his horns as he is reading the dictionary, open to the page with the definition of monster, as well as a lot of other words that start with mo

It’s enough to make a cute little monster like me doubt its identity.

carved in stone

Some things are set in stone, permanent and immutable as death itself.

Edgar is looking at a stone book that has been carved open to apage and inscribed with Italian words, in a cemetery so the the words are religious. sposa emamma la tua presenza ci manca ma il too ricordo rimane sempre vivo nei nostri cuori, e sara sempre presente nei pensiero dei tuoi cari, sposo, figli, generi, nipoti

page closest to Edgar, written in Italian: “ara sposa e mamma la tua presenza ci manca ma il too ricordo rimane sempre vivo nei nostri cuori, e sara sempre presente nei pensiero dei tuoi cari, sposo, figli, generi, nipoti”

translation: “Ara bride and mother we miss your presence, but your memory is always alive in our hearts and will always be present in the thinking of your loved ones, spouse, children, nephews and nieces”

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the letter E

Enjoying exuberantly exchanging examples

Edgar is sitting on a blue chair.  He is sitting with a large Elmo who has his arm around Edgar.

“eating eclairs and Easter eggs”
“energetically exercising everyday”
“entertaining eagles, elephants and earthworms”
“enticingly elegant and eloquent”
“BUT especially Elmo and Edgar!…. the letter E!”

 

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