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Lost in the jungle

Lost in the jungle

lost in the jungle

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Explore the Wonderama!

Explore the Wonderama!

“Hi, I’m the Moonhead, the gatekeeper of the Wonderama. What’s the Wonderama? Actually, I don’t know because I’m the gatekeeper. I’ve never actually been in the Wonderama.

But those who come out tell me it’s lovely. Why don’t you click on me and I’ll let you in, and you can see for yourself.”

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Things water does

Things water does

rising creek

I sat at the edge of the creek. The creek said, “Hi, Brooks. What’s up?”

I said, “Hi Creek, nothing, I just wanted to sit with you for a bit.”

The creek said, “Okay.”

We sat quietly for a while, and then I noticed the creek had risen to my feet. Soon I was submerged waist deep.

I said, “Creek, what’s going on?”

The creek said, “What do you mean?”

I kept quiet as the creek rose to my chest.

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Visiting Bach in Jail

Visiting Bach in Jail

Bach in jail

I took my time machine back to 1708 and the jail in the town of Muehlhausen, Germany. There in one of the cells was the famous composer J.S. Bach. I knew he would be there because I read about it in Wikipedia. I do the research because I like to find out where famous geniuses had their low points, so that I can visit them and feel better about myself.

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Not another day

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Some dumb things I did this week, so far

Some dumb things I did this week, so far

dumb things I did this week

1. I was riding my bike on the Moon when I shot up a crater and went sailing into the Moon’s atmosphere. I kept peddling like crazy, but it didn’t make a difference as I floated slowly forward, then sideways, followed by upside down.

2. I was tracing my hand on paper, I really like to trace my hand and had already done over fifty tracings, when I was visited by the ghost of Abigail Adams. She wanted to do a tracing. I handed her the pen, but it went right through her hand because she’s a ghost.

3. I climbed Mount Everest. When I got to the top, I did  a victory jig, fists raised in the air. But then a hawk alighted on my head and I felt undone, and sulked all the way back down the mountain.