Although I don’t know the correct stance for riding a surfboard, I am pretty sure it doesn’t look like this.
Archive for March, 2012
Our local zoo used to have an elephant. Because we live in Alaska, there were concerns that she didn’t exercise enough during the long, cold winters. The solution was a custom-built $100,000 treadmill that could accommodate an 8,000 pound elephant.
Unfortunately, she never used it (just like everyone else who buys a treadmill).
Humor is an evolving and ever changing form of entertainment. Most comedians, authors, and artists continually push the boundaries of taste and comfort to redefine what “funny” is.
Here, I give you a Gothic architecture gag.
It’s lonely here at the cutting edge, but somebody has to keep things fresh and hip.
Our youngest will be turning two this weekend. A few mornings ago I was sitting at the table with her waiting for breakfast and thinking about what a wonderful blessing she is in our house. I leaned over and whispered in her ear:
“I love you today and I will love you every day forever.”
A huge smile spread across her face and she looked up into my eyes with complete joy. We shared a few moments like this before she whispered in the softest and most reverent little voice:
Next time I’m saving the tenderhearted comments until after breakfast.