Jack: What are you doing?
Jill: Feel this sandstone. It feels so cool, rough and smooth at the same time.
Previously in Jack and Jill: Tell Me That Spot Isn’t Yellow
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Jack: Maybe we should catch the movie later.
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Jill’s Mother: Jill? Where are you?
Jill’s Mother: Huh. Soup, and decorations. Not really their style. Oh, that’s right. They went on vacation and left a house sitter. Well, I guess I should meet this person.
Jill’s Mother: Maybe that was a mistake.
Previously in Jack and Jill: Can’t See the Trees for the Forest
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Jill: I love coming out to the national forests to pick our tree, but there are so many of them I can never decide.
Previously in Jack and Jill: Macro May I?
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Jill: …so I was thinking of how really big the universe is and how tiny we are and how tiny things can’t always get their way. I mean, on the macro scale… hey, isn’t it kind of funny that macro means big, like cosmic big, but when photographers use it they mean they are taking pictures up really, really close, so what they take is probably something tiny….
Jack: Yes, yes, but, Darling, what is this stuff?
Jill: It’s a necklace, right? Macrame I made to sell at the Christmas Carnival. But it’s so big. Like on the cosmic scale. And I was thinking of adding a bead. So then I’m wondering if I could even handle it. You know, ‘Macro, may I bead’, or something.”
Previously in Jack and Jill: Jack and Jill, Advertisers
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Jack and Jill readers may not have noticed, but over the years a few advertisements have made their way into the story. Specifically, two for my Etsy store and one for a house. Check it out:
Broken Hearted featured a pair of earrings that were for sale. The ones in the store now are much better.
Sorry, I couldn’t come up with a NEW Jack and Jill this week. Too busy writing a book. But it occured to me that a lot of people who come to check out Jack and Jill now are new, so I posted a picture from one of the oldest Jack and Jill episodes.
This week’s theme is “new.” I’ll bet you thought it was old.
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