Friday, December 11, 2009
With the return of the Sponge -- dare we call it a holiday miracle? -- the spirit of the season finally descended, blessing us one and all. Having absorbed more than it's share of seasonal cheer, and sporting an infectious holiday ensemble, the curious reappearance our beloved Sponge truly lightened and brightened our day. All is now and finally well. Also, for those who care, there were no visible scars or bruises from its traumatic, near Spongenapping experience. The Sponge's elasticity and resilience are an inspiration to us all.
Posted by Mr. E at 1:30 PM
Thursday, December 10, 2009
I, E. Callahan, had the privilege of taking the sponge home for the weekend. Having been busy all week, I did not have time to return the sponge as soon as I thought. But don't worry, Edweena is safe and sound. She's okay. Thanks for reading this post, and don't accuse me of being a spongenapper.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Monday, December 7, 2009
The Sponge, after being invited to the "Snowball" dance, failed to return after its weekend adventure. Strangely, in fact, sources confirm that the Sponge made no appearance at the dance. As of Tuesday morning, there has been no reliable news. What are we to think? Is it too early to suspect foul play? Was the Sponge simply (tragically) misplaced, lost, left behind to fend for itself? The horror! Whatever the reason, whatever the Sponge might (or might not) have done, whoever has it, know this: We just want our little brainless, appendageless, and harmless pet back! Sponge come home!
Posted by Mr. E at 5:43 PM
Over Thanksgiving break, I, Mary invited the sponge to join my family and me for those few days in Lousville, Kentucky. The sponge experienced some once in a lifetime oppurtunities such as being able to visit all my loud cousins. That might not be life changing in a good way though because they are all quite loud and might have caused the sponge to go deaf.
Posted by Mr. E at 5:19 AM
Sunday, December 6, 2009
1. Flush ice cubes down the toilet.
2. Freeze a metal spoon and sleep with it (either under the mattress or under your pillow). Apparently, this also works with a white crayon.
3. Wear pajamas (or undergarments) inside out (possibly backwards). For added snow making effect , sleep at opposite ends of your bed, with your head where your feet are supposed to be.
4. Run around the dining room table five times (clockwise) but backwards. (Make sure you survive this.)
5. Sing “Let It Snow” with enthusiasm until someone tells you to stop, or play “White Christmas” ten times in a row (or until someone tells you to stop).
6. Throw exactly five ice cubes into a tree.
7. Put pennies on your room’s window sill (heads up).
8. Yell “Snow Day” into the freezer (just once).
9. Do the “snow dance” and "snow chant" (very similar to “rain dance” and "rain chant").
Posted by Mr. E at 9:01 AM
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Is Sophie the sponge? The answer is NO. Sophie Duke just happens to be a middle school scholar. . . specifically Eleanor (preferably Ellie). But why Sophie? Is it only a cheesy pseudonym? I'll tell you the story behind this false title......
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
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Monday, November 23, 2009
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Saturday, November 14, 2009
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Saturday, November 7, 2009
Sign up to borrow the class sponge. Over an assigned weekend, give the sponge an experience it'll never forget. Take it out to eat. Take it bowling. Allow it to share with your family, a dinner, an outing. Do something special, just the two of you, if you would rather. Share your hobbies, your pastimes, your exciting side, or your boring side. Photograph it. Write about it. This experience with the class sponge could be a life changer, a real climax. Sign up now!
Posted by Mr. E at 6:36 PM