There were many fringe benefits that came with my teaching career. One benefit was that my students taught me something new e.v.e.r.y. day.
This post refers to yesterday's post and the following bloggers' comments about looking for Mickey Mouse. There were several Mickey
Mouses, Mickey Mice...there were several Mickeys in the photographs which these observant bloggers and their children found for me.
Diesel : I am the one who needs to think 'outside the box.' Read on.
Beccy : You were looking in the correct place among the cacti.
MJD : Nothing wrong with looking in the foreground. He's there, too.
Claudia : Yup ! He is in the cactus in the foreground.
Karmyn's son found Mickey immediately in the cactus. I didn't see him until he was pointed out to me, several times. Leave it to a child to make me look like an idiot.
Her Indoors : Well, he IS in the cactus.
So, not only did Mickey ROCK...he was a STICKY Mickey, too. Thanks guys for playing along and helping to remind me there's always more than one correct answer.
Leann: Glad the telemarketer conversation gave you a giggle.
Pam: Are you thinking of Scottsdale? If so, Bingo ! And it WAS taken from a golf course.
JanetakaWonderMom: Well, it took me awhile to realize there was more than one Mickey Mouse in those pictures. Thanks for playing along.
Jodi: You have a great weekend, too. Thanks for playing the 'look for Mickey game.'
Min: Swoosh! Swoosh ! Rattle ! Rattle ! (sounds in the space between my ears - the rattle rattle proves that there's something there - not sure what ) Now I know what "to infinity and back" really means...it has something to do with the space in your stomach, ding dongs, and grape soda. In reference to you "very nearly falling in love with me," please keep in mind that I snore at night.