Laughter, the Best Medicine
My mixed family looks like a ghost and a shadow made love and I was the result. The Sears family photo was always a little tricky for us.
The first few takes and my father would come out just eyes and teeth in the background. Then they’d adjust the lighting and my dad would be beautifully lit, but my mom looked like an apparition.
Paul, lives on a farm near Wynyard, Sask. Years back, a group of hunters from the United States came up to shoot some birds. During their visit, they noticed a flatbed of manure nearby. One turned to my father and said, “Do y’all put manure on your strawberries?”
My dad smiled, then responded, “I don’t know how you do things where you come from, but up here we put sugar and cream on our berries.”
STACEY HEBERT, Regina
Instead of designing robots in our image, we should design them in a dog’s image so they will be loyal good boys that never try to destroy us.
A guy in the store on his cell said, “Susan, I’m in my car and on my way,” so I yelled, “No he’s not!” because nobody lies to Susan in front of me. @MELVINOFYORK