Sorry for any confusion on this post. I was trying something new, racking my brain out, published it by mistake. If it worked correctly now you won’t be able to see the words. The words are at the end of my site. Thank you for your “patience”.
Invisible man Invisible woman Invisible thread Invisible ink
Have a great day! Hope
Clip Art from Bing.com
PS: My writing is invisible for you not to see.
Really, my words are there.
When you see identical twins, can you tell them apart?
Did you hear that? This competitor is using the same words as the second person. I like your new ruby ring. It looks similar to the one Mable has. I don’t believe it! I just don’t believe it! We both have the same hair style and hair color. We look like twins. Come to think of it we are twins.
Hope: Abby you need some blush. Abby: Where? Hope: Now where do you think? Abby: Okay I don’t wear makeup, I just usually pinch my cheeks. Hope: No wonder you look as pale as a ghost when you go out. Your pinching doesn’t last that long.
A little blush here, a little over here, a little more on this one. Hmm! More on this side. Abby: Don’t make me look like a clown. Hope: Just a little more there. Tada! You are all set! Abby: Oh my gosh! Look what you did! I’m a knock out!
From Wikipedia.org: Patience is a virtue is a proverbial phrase referring to one of the seven heavenly virtues typically said to date back to “Psychomachia,” an epic poem written in the fifth century.
In popular culture, “Patience is a Virtue” can refer to: a 1991 single by Lois Reeves, part of the Motorcity Records singles discography a bonus track on some versions of the 2007 album Release the Stars by Rufus Wainwright a 2010 mixtape from Romeo Miller’s discography Rachel Weisz’s character Evelyn “Evie” Carnahan O’Connell said the phrase in The Mummy
From Google search: Traditionally, the seven Christian virtues or heavenly virtues combine the four classical cardinal virtues of prudence, justice, temperance and courage (or fortitude) with the three theological virtues of faith, hope and charity. These were adopted by the Church Fathers as the seven virtues.
Virtues which are specific opposites to the Seven Deadly Sins: Humility against pride, Kindness against envy, Abstinence against gluttony, Chastity against lust, Patience against anger, Liberality against greed, and Diligence against sloth.
I think we just received some good knowledge for the day.
Twinkle, twinkle little star how I – what am I thinking? Wait, I messed up. Wrinkle, wrinkle where did you come from, will this jar of wrinkle vanishing creme work? Wrinkle, wrinkle vanishing creme jar the only thing you did was give me a rash. Wrinkle, wrinkle you’re not so awful, so for now will leave you alone.
Hope: What has provoked you lately? Abby: The sun provokes me because it comes up earlier. Dot: The birds provoke me because they are starting to chirp more. Nins: The tree leaves are starting to come out and the that noise provokes me.
Peg: The neighbor on the left side of me that provokes my neighbor on the right no matter what time of day. Hope: After reading the above, do you get the idea of what might provoke me on some days!
Grandpa: What did you say? Hope: (high tone) I said how was your doctor’s appointment. Grandpa: you don’t have to shout!!!! Hope: (high tone) Well you can’t hear me in my regular tone. Grandpa: Sure I can, say something. Hope: (regular tone) Did you know your neighbor has a crush on you? Grandpa: Yes, yes, it’s Stanley. Hope: (high tone) I’m glad you can hear so well. Grandpa: You don’t have to shout!!!! Hope: (high tone) Well you just said Stanley had a crush on you.
How’s it going – suddenly a clap of lightning. How’s it going – suddenly a tree fell on the street across from me. How’s it going – suddenly my neighbors clothesline flew away with the wind. How’s it going – suddenly the garbage truck started losing it’s contents down the street. How’s it going – suddenly everyone put clothespins on their noses.
Thank you Mrs. Goodness. Suddenly I have a chance to finish my sentence to you!