Sunday, October 26, 2014

Visit The Zoo


The alarm goes off and up comes the sun.
It's time to get ready to have some fun.
You get out of bed and what do you do?
You go on a trip to visit the zoo.
You go through the gate and what do you see?
The tiger is on the prowl and a lemur is on a tree.
You look at the elephants and the meerkats too.
You see the black bear and the flamingos in view.
Koalas are pretty cute and the baboon is on the go.
Sea lions are swimming and the turtles are slow.
You spy on the gator and the gorilla on the grass.
You stare at the snake and the fish behind the glass.
Zebra makes you dizzy and the rhino's sitting down.
Monkey is with a baby and lion is wearing a frown.
You spot a wild leopard and the lizard on the ground.
You find a gray goat and the cougar running around.
The cheetah goes fast and the jackals can run.
The puma's on the move and otter's having fun.
You follow the weasel and the big horn sheep.
You come across a fox and the panda's asleep.
Watch the penguins walk and all the birds fly.
Notice the kangaroos and the bats hanging high.
Hippo's in the water and the giraffe is really tall. 
Ostrich is eating and there's a pony in the stall.
You have seen all the animals in your visit at the zoo.
We hope you had fun and learned something new.
It's time to go home, we'd love to see you again.
We hope you come back and bring along a friend.



Saturday, October 18, 2014

Is He Clever ?

Ben owns a grocery store.
He put up a sign on the window.
Tomatoes, 25 cents a piece or
three for a dollar.
The first customer walked in and complained.
"That's not fair," the young lady said.
"I should get four tomatoes for a dollar."
Ben apologized and provided the customer,
four tomatoes for a dollar.
The second customer walked in and
made a big fuss about the sign.
"That sign can't be right," he said.
"It should be four tomatoes instead of three."
Ben agreed with the old man and
sold him four tomatoes for a dollar.
Ben's friend, Charlie stood near by
and watched the whole episode.
Charlie pulled Ben aside.
"Aren't you forgetting something?" Charlie asked.
"You should correct the mistake on the sign."
"What mistake?" Ben bellowed.
"Before the sign was up." Ben said. 
"Customers only bought one tomato."

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Ten Children Books

Ten new children books sit on a shelf.
You're invited to come and pick one yourself.
Carol came up first, he stood in line.
She boldly grabbed one, now there's only nine,
Tiffany took her turn, she could hardly wait.
She decided on one, now there's only eight.
Wally loved the library, he called it heaven.
He chose his favorite, now there's only seven.
Peter filled with glee, looked at the mix.
He found one special, now there's only six.
The frenzy continued, when Mandy arrived.
She picked one out, now there's only five.
Miranda walked in next, she wanted to explore.
She grabbed the next one, now there's only four.
Erica got her chance, a moment to see.
She found a big one, now there's only three.
Three children books left, each one brand new.
Until Joshua took one, now there's only two.
Michelle saw the ruckus, she joined the fun.
She chose the latest, now there's only one.
Jody had no choice, only one to choose.
She grabbed the last, a book she can use.
The librarian had noticed the shelf had none.
She placed ten more, you can choose one.



  

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Is It Possible ?

Billy was on his way to class when
he accidentally dropped his ten dollar bill.
Mr. Polk, the teacher picked up the ten dollars and
placed it on the desk at the lost and found room.
Joey walked in and spotted the ten dollars.
He grabbed the money and handed the ten dollars 
to Randy in exchange for his comic book.
Randy trekked over to Marty's house and
handed his ten dollars to his friend Marty,
for his latest issue of  Comics digest.
Marty made his way to Jill's house and handed
her the ten dollars to pay off his debt.
Jill headed over to the neighbor's house
and handed the gentleman ten dollars
in exchange for a bucket of apples.
The neighbor took a trip to Joey's house and
handed the young boy ten dollars for 
picking up apples in his orchard.
Joey raced back to the school's lost and found 
room and placed the ten dollars back on the desk.
Billy headed over to the lost and found room
where he discovered his missing ten dollar bill.

IS IT POSSIBLE?
Every transaction was legit?