May 2007


I don’t usually post things like this, but it truly is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen:

An e-mystery is finally resolved.

How does
the small arrow on your computer monitor work when we move the mouse?

Haven’t you ever wondered how it works?

Now, through the miracle
of high technology, we can see how it is done. With the aid of a screen
magnifying lens, the mechanism becomes apparent.

Click on the link below
and you will find out. The image may take a minute or two to download and when
it appears, slowly move your mouse over the light grey circle and you will see
how the magic works.

http://www.1-click.jp/

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Thoughts of church-goers
that sometimes escape out-loud:
 

Choosing as they walk down
the food tables:

            That looks great…but if it has mushrooms in it, I’ll hate
it!

            Which one did Mom bring? 
That will be the best.

            Skip the salad!  I
want the other stuff today.

            Is that store-bought or homemade?

            This looks like something Sally would bring.

            Who brought this? 
If Pam brought it, I know it will be good.

            This looks like Karla’s pan.

            I had that at the last dinner; you should try it—it’s different
and really tasty.
 

At the dessert table:

            It all looks fantastic, how can I choose just a couple?

            I’ll take tiny bites of each.

            That looks good, but it might be too dry.

            Is it store-bought or homemade?

            That has to be Lois’s dessert.  I’m getting that first!

            Does that have nuts in it?

            All I want is chocolate.

            Forget the diet today!

            Oh, it’s all gone already!
 

While eating:

            What is that you’re eating?

            I wish I had gotten some of that.

            You should get some of this; it’s fantastic.

            I wonder what makes this taste.

            I thought it was going to taste like __, but it doesn’t.

            I don’t like this at all. 
Want some?

            Oh, this has nuts in it. 

            Oh, this has nuts in it! 

            I took too much.

            Does anyone know who made this?

            I think Torrie made this.

            I think Sandy made this.

            I think Linda made this.
 

Afterward:

            Can I have that recipe?

            Can I have that recipe?

            Can I have that recipe?

            Can I have that recipe?