August 24, 2018
The photo on the top of this blog was taken one evening when I was preparing dinner, looked out the kitchen window and saw the rainbow.
I grabbed my camera (this was the days before phones took photos), captured the shot and by the time I got back inside the rainbow had gone.
I was reminded of that when I saw the photo on Fonterra’s tweet in the post below this one.
Rainbows are symbols of promise, they also remind me to enjoy the moment.
Today I”m grateful for the symbolism and the reminder.
August 17, 2010
Monday’s questions were:
1. What do we use the masseter, temporalis, medial pterygoid, and lateral pterygoid for?
2. Who said: “Wit has truth in it; wisecracking is simply calisthenics with words.”?
3. What colour is eau-de-nil?
4. It’s arco iris in Spanish, arcobaleno in Italian, regenboog in Dutch, arc-en-ciel in French and aniwaniwa or kopere in Maori – what is it in English?
5. Where is New Zealand’s largest earth dam and what is it called?
Busy day – no time to work out who got what, you’ll have to mark yourselves.
Tuesday’s answers follow the break:.
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