Thanks to a corralling whirlwind, we close this amazing blog with a three for one blowout! We have one typical napkin (doesn’t appear to be from a restaurant as it’s square), one Special K breakfast bar (vanilla crisp and only 90 calories), and one Jolly Rancher candy wrapper. When I was a wee laddy, Jolly Ranchers were not bite size, but rectangular in shape measuring approx one inch wide by four/five inches long. I loved those things because I could shape them into little knifes and pretend I was going to cut someone.
This concludes this blog.
I love you all.
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Thursday, October 9, 2008
Today, in my little town, is the first day of school. Low and behold and what did I find in my yard? A folded up piece of paper. And just what is that found folded up piece of paper, you ask? The student class schedule belonging to a high school male due to graduate in 2010. Not only does this paper list the kid’s name, classes, and teachers, it reveals his locker and locker combination. If only I were addicted to text books. Notice the kids doodling artwork? He must have been bored…
A Dunkin’ Donuts Styrofoam cup. I’m not a coffee drinker, but I am guessing the cup is size medium. This lil’ buggah must have absorbed some of it’s buddy’s caffeine because it sure was dancing around while I tried to take it’s picture. Back and forth it went, the jigged up thing. Of course, maybe it was just the wind.
When I first spotted that below pictured “thing” resting at the foot of my driveway, I though it was a long magnetic strip. Branching off that thought, I joyously shouted to myself, “Oh boy! A long magnet strip that can hold all sorts of pictures on my fridge. No, wait a minute, not just any pictures, but pictures of me!” Alas, it’s not a magnet, just a stupid dream wrecking plastic “thing.” I guess my magnetic alphabet remains.
At first glance, the uninformed may think the below picture is a snapshot of the torn wrapper that once housed a Snickers candy bar. However, we, aka the informed, know better. It’s actually a snapshot of the torn wrapper that once housed a Snickers ice cream bar! To quote one of my daughter’s favorite television shows, Mystery Hunters, “Everything is not what it seems.” That may be true. However, to us that everything seems to be correct, while to everyone else…they can just wallow in a torrent of ignorance! Ha!