"Rain, rain. Down, down," that's how Maria says it. Outside the yard is nearly flooded and the rain is still coming down, down.
Maria says, "N-Q" when I serve her juice or when she leaves the table. She's finished her breakfast and saying, "N-Q Nannie" to me as she takes her cup to the sink. If she wants to pass and you are in her way, listen for her to say "Me, me pease. Ee-me peese," and by this she means "excuse me please." "Top it, top it" means "stop it," and "There you go" means you've satisfied her request. "Come on, go-go" is her way of inviting any one to join her in fun, and if the fun is dancing she will say, "Dan, dan," and "Ninging" for singing.
'ee you later