Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Two Different Things

I've been helping out our local swim team with their computer during meets (tonight was a meet) and between that, my daily walk and my little bit of napping, the day has slipped away.

So just the joke again today. Sorries!


A teenage boy was playing some basketball in the family driveway one evening, when he stopped and came in the house. Turns out he had lost a contact lens. After a fruitless search, he told his mother it was nowhere to be found.

Undaunted, Mom went back outside and returned a short time later, contact lens on her fingertip.

"How did you find it, Mom?" the teenager queries.

"We weren't looking for the same thing," Mom replies. "You were looking for a very small piece of clear plastic. I was looking for $150."

[with thanks to Randy Walker's Clean Humor Email List]


WORDS FOR YOUR WEEK: "You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance." (Franklin P. Jones)


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