Sunday, March 25, 2018

How a bunch of second- and third-graders brought a crime-spree to a grinding halt

Someone stole laundry off a neighbour's clothes line. He left large footprints in the snow. So of course, when we saw large footprints heading into the woods at recess, we created a secret crime-fighting gang and hurled threats and challenges across the fence at the perp. He never stole anyone's laundry again, I can assure you.


  1. Trump is lucky you didn't march on Washington.

  2. I guess snow really would put a dampener on crime. I've never thought of it before. (Snow never lasts here more than a day. And even that is newsworthy.)

    1. If I were pilfering laundry in the middle of the night, I would definitely prefer to do it somewhere warm.


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