Three weeks ago my mom was watching Jakob for the day and she took this photo. Jakob spied the tv’s remote on her bed and turned right around to point it at the tv.
On a completely unrelated note, I saw something interesting this morning. I was waiting at a red light on my way to work, and there was a man waiting to cross the road. He was dressed ok; slacks, a t-shirt and a funky hat. What was odd was what he was carrying- no bag or satchel or anything, just a carton of Banana/Strawberry/Orange Oasis juice in one hand, and a 2/6ths completed Rubix cube in the other. (The blue and orange sides where complete). I couldn’t help but stare and try and figure out- where was he going? (Or where was he coming from?) I’ve never seen someone walking around with such disparate objects before!
August 13, 2008 at 2:34 am
My guess is “A dinosour for baby”. I was first going to say “a elephant for baby”, but I’ve noticed that you write in a grammatically correct way, and would NEVER say “a elephant” when we all know it is “an elephant”. Horrors! I am a little confused still if Canadians consider the “y” a vowel, as we do in the States. So, I’m probably still wrong, but thanks for the fun diversion when I should be packing for the house move!
Congrats on the new baby! And, even if I’m wrong, still think you should knit another dinosour!
Love you Blog.
Beth in Ohio
August 13, 2008 at 12:16 pm
It fits, but the 2nd word the last vowel would be in the wrong spot:
A Dinosaur for Mack….
(since I forgot to pick a color maybe you decided for me! LOL)
But ONE vowel doesnt make sense… grr. So if it’s not that, then I have NO idea.
August 13, 2008 at 6:24 pm
Nope. No help at all. How about just one consonant? Or even tell us a couple of letters that are not in the puzzle?
August 14, 2008 at 9:18 am
Cute photo! As for the puzzle, at 2:00 am I am again unwilling to attempt it.
August 17, 2008 at 11:36 am
A something for something? 🙂