When I was a kid, I loved Kaleidoscopes. I still do to an extent now, if only they weren’t always made so cheaply. Every year at Christmas I get some to put in peoples stockings. I don’t think anyone likes them as much as I do, that’s ok.
When choosing to write about this today I looked at the Wikipedia page for Kaleidoscopes, I stopped reading it though, took some of the magic away for me. I left the link though in case some of you would like to be enlightened :).
Since I promised myself and everyone else that I wouldn’t be discussing a certain subject that shall not be named, I won’t. What I will do though is try and find some things for people to do when I can. You see this morning I was bored… So I went looking for something and here it is for all of you.
It doesn’t look to terribly difficult to do 🙂 Lord knows we all have paper towel and toilet paper rolls all over (laugh) so have some childhood fun today folks.
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