Welcome to my Weekly Wrap Up. The wrap up consists of five different parts. The first part is called Dear Diary, where I’ll write a short description of my week. The second part, Me of the Week, will be a picture of me taken during this week. Third part, News of the Week is a smaller version of the Sunday News. Stumble of the Week, the fourth part, is something I’ve stumbled on in the Internet that I find interesting. In the last part, Gratitude of the Week, I’ll list all the things I’m grateful for this week.
The week has been extremely sweaty. The sun has been shining and when it hasn’t the thunder has definitely been blasting.
I’m quite a big ice hockey fan and today has been a little sad, because Finland lost the bronze medal of the Ice Hockey World Championships to USA. I also wished Switzerland would win over Sweden, because they’ve won every single game so far, but they lost too. But I guess Sweden deserved it in the end. 🙂
Me of the Week
News of the Week
If you’re into fun and laughter, you better check out the comedy week on YouTube this week. YouTube stars and famous funny actors are trying their best to tickle your funnybone. I already subscribed!
If you’re not entirely convinced yet, maybe Arnold will give you the much needed nudge to be part of the fun! OR WATCH MORE HERE!
Stumble of the Week
This week’s stumble is a punch of logic puzzles. I found a site that has enough logic puzzles for you to think on for a whole day. I’ve been stuck on that page for a few hours now and thought it might be a great place for you to get stuck on too. 🙂
Here are a couple examples of the easy puzzles. Find more puzzles on folj.com/puzzles.
There’s something about Mary
Mary’s mum has four children.
The first child is called April.
The second May.
The third June.
What is the name of the fourth child?
A frog is at the bottom of a 30 meter well. Each day he summons enough energy for one 3 meter leap up the well. Exhausted, he then hangs there for the rest of the day. At night, while he is asleep, he slips 2 meters backwards. How many days does it take him to escape from the well?
Note: Assume after the first leap that his hind legs are exactly three meters up the well. His hind legs must clear the well for him to escape.
Do you know the answer’s to them?
Gratitude of the Week
- The sun
- The rain
With warm hugs and gentle thuds – Keri