VIDEO OF THE WEEK
PUZZLE OF THE WEEK
This week's question:
Every two weeks a man sits down and writes two words on 60 sheets paper. Why does he do this?
Last Week's Question:
Donald's Trucking Company has been delivering goods to and from local businesses for years. Donald's business is steady and his trucks drive the same routes and roads every day without any trouble. This year, Donald decided to start delivering and receiving goods on Christmas Day as a way to earn additional money. When Christmas Day finally came, Donald sent a few drivers out to do business with those companies that chose to remain open. Later that day Donald received a call that one of his delivery drivers had struck a bridge and severally damaged the truck. How could this happen if the driver's have always used the same route without any previous problems?
Last week's answer:
On Christmas day many of the local businesses that contract with Donald's company had shut down for the day. Having made a final delivery, and not receiving any new goods to transport, this particular truck was empty. When returning to headquarters the empty truck had a higher profile and struck the bridge on the way back.
Congratulations to the following people who got it right!
Samantha and Emmeline
WHAT MRS. SMITH IS READING:
Natalie struggles with not feeling "enough" for anything or anyone in her life, especially when her best friend Lily, seems to decide Nat isn't cool enough to hang out with any more. Nat attempts to win her best friend back, but along the way learns it is even more valuable to be who she is rather than try to become who she isn't.