moving onwards with the 52Q project!
you'll have noticed these are completely out of order. when i fall behind, i tend to do the easiest ones first... (by "easy" i mean the ones for which i can immediately think of my answer and/or how i'd convey it on a card) ...and use the time that takes to ponder the other questions. this is how they taught us to take standardized tests when i was in grade school. it is one of the few things from grade school which really stuck with me... (certainly fractions did not stay long; and don't even get me started on the metric system!!!) ...and i find it constantly helpful in all sorts of situations!
question 27: what have you found lately?
(patterned paper: adrienne looman for prima, imagination project; ant stickers*: frances meyer; alphabet rub-ons: k&co, jenni bowlin; alphabet roller stamp: provocraft; other: ranger ink, uniball pen, tombow monoadhesive runner)
text reads, " i FOUND a whole lot of tiny ants swarming an open bottle of robitussin in my cupboard. i FOUND them hard to get rid of, despite a great deal of scrubbing & disinfectant & ant traps. i FOUND the whole experience very upsetting."
unfortunately, the above is based on a real-life true adventure. (bleck!) all i can say is, from now on, i shall rinse the bottle of robitussin quite thoroughly under the tap after each use. on the plus side, that teeny tiny coughing sound i thought i heard some nights has now stopped completely. :)
*i know what you're thinking. you're thinking, "what kind of a weirdo would buy ANT STICKERS??!"** well, they were part of a picnic-themed set that i think i got for 25 cents on clearance somewhere. however, i did buy them specifically for the ants. it may have been around the time i saw the dali exhibit in philadelphia. what can i say, i'm a complicated kind of gal.
**except leslie. leslie understands this. which should worry leslie very slightly, but let's not mention that to her, ok? :)