Saturday, October 22, 2011

My Mouse hid, but Sherry found it!

After our last move to here I was missing my mouse. My usual statement is it isn’t lost, it is in this motor home somewhere, we would not have swept it out or thrown it away. I have another mouse hooked up so I was using it.

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Sign you are in Florida, Disney and Orange Juice.

I got my flashlight and was looking in every dark corner I could think of. I was at the bottom of this stack of drawers where I sit looking up behind them.

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(Other coaches & Trucks at out Fuel stop at the Pilot Flying J)

When I got up Sherry says, “Here it is, and handed it to me.”

“Where did you find it?”

“In the trash can!”

Huh oh.  My rule was nearly broken, had I carried the trash out before she checked, it would have been one GONE mouse.

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Our home here past years!

Normally before a move we place things that can slide or move, behind something or on the bed. This time I did not move the mouse and right under it is where we place the trash bin (Trash can).  As I drove the little sucker ran off the edge and jumped in the trash. My wife is sharp!

Things move in this rig, unless they are secured.

Not as good a story as the Boomer and her Brown Bat, but just as successful. hahahaha

Thanks for coming here to read this drivel.

NIte Shipslog

PS:

You do not need a parachute to skydive. You only need a parachute to skydive twice.

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Car of the day!

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1952 Plymouth Business coupe.

12 comments:

Paula said...

Our neighbors had a black car like this when I was still at home. Mrs Fuller insisted on taking me in it to try for my drivers licence. I didn't know how to drive so needless to say I didn't pass. I think she wanted an excuse to drive to another town.

Paula said...

Oh forgot to say glad Sherry found your mouse. Women are good to find things.

FrankandMary said...

That tells me she isn't annoyed about your computer time...or she'd not have "found" the mouse at all. ~Mary

Sheila Y said...

Glad all is well and your mouse didn't run away for good. Have a great weekend, Sheila

Lucy said...

Glad Sherry found your mouse. I agree with Paula. Women are better at finding things. Got my packet hand delivered. Looks pretty good. She will be back first chance she gets and she is very busy but can't sign up till next month anyway. I think we can on the supplement and need to cause 6 month waiting time on surgeries. Read that and knee twinged. Have a great rest of the day.

ρομπερτ said...

Yes, it would indeed be way too boring if things wouldn't move.
Please have you all a good and nice direction ahead, and a good Sunday too.

TARYTERRE said...

Everything has a place. Funny the mouse ended up in the trash. Glad your wife rescued it. Now you're back in business. Take care.

That corgi :) said...

Of course when I was first reading this, I thought mouse as in rodent, not mouse as in computer. It makes more sense when one realizes it was the computer mouse that went missing that you were trying to find. Glad it did get found before the trash was tossed! I'm sure it was good to have the mystery solved!

betty

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

I have things like that disappear and my home doesn't move...Glad Sherry found it for you though. I often wish I had someone to help me find things. I spend way too much time in the research department here. Search and re search...Hope your Sunday is a wonderful one!

Spiderdama said...

What an interesting way to travel and so are your blog. The picture in your top is a dream...:-)
Thanks for your visit and nice comment.
Regards from Norway

Fred Alton said...

In our case, if Frances saw a mouse in the trash she would probably scream! Ha. She still refuses to get back on the computer and it's been two and a half years now. Oh well.

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Gives new meaning to road trip :o)