Silly Putty Happiness
by Bob Valleau 12/08/2009 / Humor
I was in a local store the other day, and there, amongst the arts and crafts, was something I used to play with when I was a kid. The brightly-colored package contained an egg-shaped container of Silly Putty.
I hadn't seen Silly Putty in decades. This thing that "bounces like rubber" and "stretches like taffy" used to captivate me for hours. But the secret to its fun was its ability to lift print off of paper. It was like having your own copier in the palm of your hand. The Sunday morning, colored-comics section of my city's newspaper was a bonanza of copy-worthy stuff.
I looked at the package again to make sure I wasn't dreaming. Then, I picked it up and couldn't believe what I saw. I could purchase two for the price of one! Who says you still can't find a bargain -- and a little happiness -- in today's tough economic times?
2014 by Bob Valleau. Bob has over 30 years of writing experience for the Christian market. He was once named Christian Writer of the Year (San Antonio, Texas) by the American Christian Writers Association. He is the author of, "Mystic Dreams and Dusty Roads" and "Black Mesa Magic."