If you change this sentence around, “Mr owl ate my metal worm” it says the same thing!!!
It would then read, “mrow latem ym eta lwo rM.” When the spaces are moved around, it says, “mr owl ate my metal worM.”
The Easter bunny originated from rabbits being known as very fertile animals so they served as symbols of new life during the Spring season.
The symbol of the Easter bunny originated in Continue reading…
According to the American Veterinary Medicine Association, dogs are the most popular pet in the US, living in 43 million households. Cats are the next popular pet, occupying 37.4 million households.
Let’s see for ourselves. You will need an empty container like a soda bottle, water, food coloring and cooking oil. Pour about ¼ cup of water into the empty bottle and then add Continue reading…
No but in a sense, it can. Now it can’t actually rain frogs and fish. They don’t evaporate into the air and reform in the clouds. However, strong winds found in hurricanes or tornadoes are powerful enough to lift them up into the air and drop or “rain” them down elsewhere.
Remember the nest we took at look at a few weeks ago? Well, there are 3 eggs in it that are about to hatch. They should hatch this week (week of 3/25/12)! Once the first pip begins, it takes 24-48 hours for the full hatch. A pip is the first hole from inside the egg.
**Update 3/31/12** All three eggs have now hatched! It is quite fun to watch them get stronger each day. Watching the feedings is also amazing!
My name is Wynne Grob and one of my favorite hobbies is making cards. Please head on over to my blog here to see some examples of my cards.
I love to make all sorts of different kinds of cards including Just Because, Baby, Birthday and Congratulations. I work with rubber stamps, stickers, markers, and scrap booking paper just to name a few. I also have recently started making Continue reading…