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Mary had a little lamb as she waited for Jack and Jill to show up. They would eventually take her son to see Doctor Foster, which was good because she didn’t want to see her little boy blue. Jack informed … Continue reading
How’s that experiment coming along? Recent developments in science have proven that chemical properties in certain foods can affect how athletes perform, how baseball players reach home, and how boxers land punches. So when it comes to nutrition, there’s no … Continue reading
Though the desert was high and dry, when the chopper was spotted there was hope for the campers. Though they could only see dust, they knew the aircraft was ready to take them safely back to Chicago.
There were always a few guards on call to watch the glass case of fire ants. Andy had to take the afternoon and night shifts ’cause Anne was assigned to mornings and weekends. In any case, they all had to … Continue reading
I’ve been washing tons of laundry since I lost the link on how to guard one’s clothes from wine stains. Now I know how my Great Aunt Rosa felt when she did the clothes for Jeff, her son. Though he … Continue reading
(Today’s post was inspired by the 3 Words challenge, Day 11. Check it out!) If you ever have a sad, dull day at school, I dare you to drink ten gallons of milk–it will make the paper. I heard Anna … Continue reading
The audience got a howl out of the man who tried to chop down the fir tree with only a toy axe. He was given a bottle of moonshine as a runner up in the talent show, but he did … Continue reading
If you’ve been feeling buried in mounds of responsibilites lately, don’t worry, even if more than one task remains. You should preserve your sense of diligence in your body of work until you wrap it up.
“Hey. You should listen to this band, it’s one of the best,” John said, “Give it a shot, I think it’s what you wanted. Although the leader sings until his voice gets hoarse, the drummer really brings the show down.” “Were there … Continue reading