Observations of the Past Week (3/24-3/30)

Here are the Observations of the Past Week from Twitter and Facebook. The Observations are still getting used to their new blog home here. They have taken the wrong turn to the restroom twice already.

Sitting on the front porch, enjoying the freshly cut yard, the singing birds, and the passing clouds. It’s a good day. (I left out the part about sneezing.)

Had to get a new belt for the tractor. Evidently, it is expanding around the middle. (Seems to be a common problem.)

A bird is singing outside my window. I don’t know that song. (Not that I was complaining.)

Saw a shooting star on the way home tonight. Not sure what it was shooting at. (That’s better than a falling star showing up in court.)

I’m thinking of buying stock in Kleenex. Then, whenever I sneeze, I will get a dividend. (Which is better than what I currently get when I sneeze.)

Just saw a woman going into a store pushing a stroller with a dog inside it. Seriously. (I guess that is better than the other way around.)

he office suddenly smells like rubber cement. My brain cells are waving goodbye. (And there were already so few to begin with.)

Left home this morning in a pouring rain. Returned home to blue skies and sun. Cool! (Actually, it was warm, not cool.)

World Bible School

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