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Sorry, minor delay as I had to run and play little game of Push & Pull with my washer, true story.
As I was saying... if you missed the first installment, you can read it here.
That's right! I received another box of 'stuff' not too long ago. I didn't take a picture this time but I probably will (look for it later tonight) but I will tell you the contents:
- 6 hockey stick pens (could come in handy, and they actually work... BONUS :))
- 4 Snapple lids (of which you will see the content momentarily)
- 8 shower caps from hotels (does anyone really use those? I never have.)
- 10 paper coasters (9 of them are from the Tropicana, 1 from Iggy's Sports Grill)
- outdated magazines (Utah Family and Wasatch Woman-- that way I can know what events happened that I've already missed out on)
- 1 hair pin that was found in a parking lot
- 2 decks of cards (we love games and cards so those come in handy)
- 3 giant T-shirts for the girls to wear as night-gowns.
- Well that was fun... a Chinese Yo-yo. The kids are having fun with that!
- And finally, a bunch of papers with last names on them, "so the kids can learn how to read names from all over the world."
I just have to laugh. That's all I can do.
Anyway, here are your Snapple facts of the day:
- Mount Whitney, the highest mountain in the continental United States, and Zabriskien Point, the lowest point in the United States, are less than eighty miles apart.
- A rhinoceros horn is made of compacted hair.
- Jousting is the official sport of Maryland. (Does every state have an official sport?)
- At five feet, the whooping crane is the tallest bird in North America.