Saturday, February 23, 2008

How to be a “KID” again

1. Do a cartwheel.
2. Sing into your hairbrush.
3. Walk barefoot in wet grass.
4. Play a song you like really loud, over and over.
5. Dot all your “i”’s with smiley faces.
6. Read the funnies. Throw the rest of the paper away.
7. Dunk your cookies.
8. Play a game where you make up the rules as you go along.
9. Step carefully over sidewalk cracks.
10. Change into some play clothes.
11. Try to get someone to trade you a better sandwich.
12. Eat ice cream for breakfast.
13. Kiss a frog, just in case.
14. Blow the wrapper off a straw.
15. Have someone read you a story.
16. Find some pretty stones and save them.
17. Wear your favorite shirt with you favorite pants even if they don’t match.
18. Take a running jump over a big puddle.
19. Get someone to buy you something you really don’t need.
20. Hide your vegetables under your napkin.
21. Stay up past your bedtime.
22. Eat dessert first.
23. Fuss a little, and then take a nap.
24. Wear red gym shoes.
25. Put way too much sugar on your cereal.
26. Make cool screeching noises every time you turn a corner.
27. Giggle a lot for no reason.
28. Give yourself a gold star for everything you do today.

For the Cat Lover

Funny Cat with a Disability

Kitty Ballet

Cats are Funny

Funny Cats

Hungry Kitty

Sleep Eating

Dog Lovers

Beagle Puppy at 3 weeks

Golden Retriever Puppies (5 weeks old)

Sleep Barking

Adorable Dachshund Puppy Getting Swimming Lessons

Dog takes truck for a joy ride.

Police say Charles McCowan parked his pickup truck in front of an Azusa mini-mart Wednesday, leaving his 80-pound Boxer named Max in the passenger seat. When he came out, the truck and Max were gone. McCowan called police, assuming it had been stolen. When officers arrived, they found the truck across the street in a fast-food parking lot, but had no idea how it got there.
In security video the truck can be seen rolling backward out of the store lot across the street, threading its way through five lanes of traffic. Police say after McCowan left the truck, Max knocked the vehicle out of gear and sent it rolling backward. Max's driving skills are better than your average dog. Both Max and the truck emerged without a scratch.

Speeding drivers are being told off by school children

Speeding motorists in Norfolk are being shamed into slowing down - by getting a ticking off from the young children their action could endanger.
Norfolk police unveiled the unusual weapon aimed at making motorists cut their speed, at the top of Barrett Street in Norwich on Monday.
The road, which has recently changed from 40mph to 30mph, is near Tuckswood Primary School, and children and staff there have become so fed up with motorists not taking notice of the speed limit signs, they decided to join police on a mission to stop speeding motorists in their tracks. Anyone caught speeding was then given a choice - to face a maximum penalty £60 fine and three points off their license or have a lecture from local schoolchildren. And while the majority took what they thought would be the easier option, being told off by the schoolchildren, many were left red-faced and embarrassed after the children pleaded with them to curb their speed.
Speaking about the scheme, Pc Leo Blyth said: “Having the children tell the motorists off actually has more of an impact than if it was a police officer. A lot of the motorists have said how ashamed they felt afterwards and the message has really hit home to them.”