I WAS THINKING…
about the creek that runs through the park where I often walk. It reminds me of the creek that was on our farm growing up. It brings back memories when I see children wading and trying to catch crawdads (a.k.a. Crayfish and Crawfish) just like I used to do.
Maybe, just maybe, when there’s not a single soul in sight, I might take off my shoes and make those childhood memories come alive
MORE FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT ANIMALS
(Taken from the book Fascinating Facts)
A mole can dig a tunnel 300 feet long in one night.
A snake has no ears; however, its tongue is sensitive to sound vibrations. In this sense a snake hears with its tongue. That’s why its constantly flicking its tongue.
A good milking cow will give nearly 6,000 quarts of milk every year.
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
An elderly man stood next to Bill and his three daughters, Becky, Jodie and Carrie as they waited for the parade to come down the street.
“It’s about time this town has a parade again,” the elderly man said. “Why, when I was a boy it was the highlight of my summer. Kids are being cheated. They don’t know about these things. All they care about is texting.”
“Are we at the parade yet?”, Becky asked.
“What’s a parade?” Carrie chimed in.
“Can I watch it on my I-pad?”, Jodie asked.
The elderly man shook his head and looked away.
OTHER USES FOR DENTAL FLOSS
(Taken from Practical Problem Solver)
Retie an umbrella to its ribs with dental floss. Its stronger than thread.
Use unwaxed floss to truss poultry or tie a rolled roast.
Split a cake layer horizontally with floss instead of knife.
Use to hang lightweight pictures. Its nearly invisible on white walls.
We were all born in the same state—nude.
No need to return kindness if you pass it on.
Information for this blog is taken from many sources.
Deem reliable at your own risk.
Punch Lines are complimentary of Fr. John Hampsch, C.M.F