Bottle Caps. This porcelain figure was a gift from my niece. It had a plant for hair, which has since died of neglect. Its bald self has been sitting on my kitchen windowsill for a few months now. Recently, my husband gave it a bottle cap hairdo. I didn’t notice until washing dishes today. It’s a small gesture, but it made me chuckle on a cold January morning. Have a feeling he knew it would.
Yeti Sightings. Adults loathe Snow Days, which is why this person’s response to the latest Storm of the Century had me laughing.
School is closed. Kids love Snow Days. This principal’s creative approach to cancelling school had the kid in me laughing. Warning: This song will be stuck in your head until the next Storm of the Century.
History is open. Sometimes preservation needs a little perseverance. This museum’s curator is keeping the doors open and future generations will be thanking him for it.
608, 609… If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. And when you hit 610 tries, write an email to this guy. Persistence – one of the human race’s most redeeming qualities.
Party of 70+. Thanksgiving is the greatest Thursday dinner of the year. These folks, however, deserve thanks for making dinner great every Thursday for the last six years.
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