There once was a women and a daughter. The daughter found out that it just might be fun to eat some ants, she did. The mother, being the brilliant mother she was, called the Poison Control Center to make sure that her daughter would be alright. The helpful person at the Poison Control Center said the daughter would be fine because the ants would not harm her. The mother then told the helpful person that she had given her daughter some ant poisoning to kill the ants. The helpful person immediately told the mother to get her daughter to the hospital as soon as possible.
I would say that the lady was probably insane, maybe she was just having a bad day. I can tell, because it is pretty hard for me to grasp my mind around someone giving their daughter ant poison to kill the ants she just swallowed. I think the digestive juices would have done a great job at killing the ants. The women probably was just having a blonde moment.
There is actually some family news in this post! Jessica is planning on having her schoolwork done by the end of the week. She took a few tests and self-tests on Thursday so she will have the opportunity to pretty much close everything up this week. Me on the other, I will be done on May 28th and it does not look like I will be able to expedite the process very much. Jared is going to be doing his Finals next week so he will be also. Great things happen this time of year. Like the weather changes into nice sunny days and things like that.
Bible quizzing is still going and is becoming a lot of hard work. It is hard to do the stuff this time of year, but we just have to plow through until finals come. After that, hopefully, nationals will come for us and we can have some real fun.
Isn't a bit unnerving that doctors call what they do "practice"? - George Carlin
The last couple of stories and quotes I found at a website. I think them very much for their stuff and hope that they keep on putting good, clean stuff on their website. Don't you even begin to think that I will tell you the name of the website, though.