Ann and Jeffery are currently in charge of the Rubber Duck Committee. Their purpose is to make sure the Rubber Duck Pond is fully stocked with colorful and happy Rubber Ducks. They do a wonderful job and everyone is delighted when they spot a new Rubber Duck in the pond. There are twenty-five chicklets on the Committee and they are very dedicated.
We are all dreamers. Life is a dream from which we may never wake. Death may not explain time or space but put us into another dream. Maybe that’s all there is…one dream after another. No one knows.
Tuesday night is Mystery on PBS. More rubber ducks have showed up for the airing of Poirot and Miss Fisher’s Murder Mystery They are very excited. They have already eaten all of their corn and have requested stadium seating for next week. I told them I would layer books for them to sit on and they were okay with that, so I did it immediately. Then I gave them more corn. The shows don’t start until eight o’clock but they wanted to make sure they didn’t miss anything, so they arrived at seven.
Edgar asked if I would watch Start Trek with him. What could I say? I watched Mystery with his brother. So, I told him that I had both Trek’s and he said he wanted to watch both of them because he loved Science Fiction and especially Star Trek. So, I got some corn for him and hit play. He was a very happy rubber duck and I never get tired of looking at Chris Pine. Besides, I’m a Trekkie, so it’s all good.
This duck just waddled into my room and said that Mystery was on PBS and he would like to watch. So I turned on the TV and gave him some corn to eat while he watches Poirot and Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.
Melanie sent this to me:) Thank you Melanie.