When my daughter, Tara, was in elementary school, she would come home with a Scholastic Library book order form every other month. These were relatively inexpensive paperbook books written for her age group and they were meant to encourage reading. One book I ordered for her long ago had the hilarious title, “Alexander and the … More Today is an “Alexander” Day
May your blessings be many, your dinner be great, and your friends and family too numerous to count. To all of my newly-discovered WordPress friends, I hope that you enjoy peace and harmony on this special holiday! You are all a part of my Thanksgiving thanks for sharing your lives, your stories, your laughs with … More Happy Thanksgiving!
Why did the police arrest the turkey? They suspected it of fowl play. If April showers bring May flowers, then what do May flowers bring? Pilgrims. What smells the best at Thanksgiving dinner? Your nose. What should you wear to Thanksgiving dinner? A har-vest. If the Pilgrims were alive today, what would they be most … More Thanksgiving Jokes
Originally posted on Jeneane Behme's Writings:
Almost 400 years ago in 1620, there were several families who wanted to have a better life for themselves and their children. So they got on a big boat called The Mayflower and those families sailed across the large Atlantic Ocean from England to America. These families were…
How pathetic is it when a fan gets so happy when her football team wins two games in a row? When it’s a Detroit Lions fan, then that is perfectly understandable, right? But with the kick-ass management decisions that the Lions owner, Martha Firestone Ford, the widow of William Clay Ford, has been making recently, … More The Lions Won 2 Games in a Row: Be Still My Heart!
I’m not waiting the week as I first said to reveal the answer since I didn’t get as much interest as I had hoped in trying to figure out what my costume represented. And perhaps that was my fault: maybe I wrote a confusing account or description of my costume or about the way I … More The Answer to What My Best Halloween Costume EVER Represented
I’m grateful for the Pilgrims I’m descended from. Happy Thanksgiving!
I will give one hint for my best Halloween costume EVER post a few days ago: what I represent occurs daily. By the way, my costume had nothing to do with math or college algebra. It just happened to be my math professor who had described for my class what a colleague and his wife … More A Hint For My Best Halloween Costume EVER! Try and Guess What It Represents!
Paris, you are strong! The terrorists will not win. Hold your head up high! The U.S. loves you, we will always support you, help you to fight back. The world cries with you, shares your awful pain and grief, your losses are ours. Fly your flag so proud! Show those bombers you’re in charge They … More More Haiku for Paris
One fall semester when I was attending the University of Michigan-Flint campus back in the mid 1990’s, I was taking College Algebra. A few days after Halloween our professor told our class that he had seen the best Halloween costumes worn by one of his colleagues and his wife at the faculty Halloween party. He … More My Best Halloween Costume EVER! Try and Guess What It Represents!