angelofmercy5 59F
12148 posts
9/9/2006 7:02 am

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EEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKK! There's a mouse in my classroom! After the initial screams.....I'm teaching the class standing on a chair. My students think it's hysterical.

Reminded me of a funny mouse story. My hubby always hated it when I screamed when I saw a mouse. He said I scared him worse than the mouse! lol So, one night while everyone was sleeping, I got up to go to the bathroom. I think I was trying to pee with my eyes closed so I wouldn't wake up too much. But I kept hearing this strange noise........


And I looked down into the bathtub....and there was a little mouse trying his darndest to get out! He'd scamper up the curved side of the tub and just THUNK right back to the bottom.....but he wasn't giving up! I bit my lips to keep from screaming and went into the bedroom to wake up my husband.
"If you don't get up right now and kill that mouse, I'm going to start screaming", I said.

So, he got up while I jumped into the middle of the bed and pulled all the covers up so that darn mouse couldn't get loose and run up the bed sheets! I could hear him looking for something to catch that mouse with. He went into the kitchen twice....and I could only imagine what tools he was using. He just couldn't catch the thing in that bathtub.....it was too slippery.

Finally with a broom to trap the mouse, and pliers to pick it up he was able to grab it. I could hear the mouse scream.......EEEK! EEEK! EEEK! It made my blood curdle...and I had to bit the pillow to keep from screaming.

And then I heard the toilet flush.......and soon after, hysterical laughing out of my hubby. I hid under the covers....sure that little thing got away and was looking for me.

Turns out that mice can swim......and that little thing swam for his little life for all he was worth. It took about six flushes to finally get him down the toilet.

And then I cried.....poor little mouse!

Yeah....I know....men, give up....you'll never figure us women out!

digdug41 49M

9/9/2006 8:05 am

I woulda chucked him out the window

roaming the cyber streets of blogland

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 9:30 am:
Dig....it was the dead of winter in Portland Oregon. We lived in an old house...and most of the windows didn't even open! lol Hey! It's really nice to see you here!

pragmaticCTcpl 61M/50F

9/9/2006 8:10 am

(him) - *L* I can just picture the two of you during this story..!

With us, up here, we go through an occasional exercise (or is it EXORCISE?) whenever Mrs. Prag spots a spider crawling somewhere. She'll literally freak, even if it's so small that I have to squint to see it as I do my Prince Valiant routine with a paper towel..!

I can only imagine what I would do if I was to awaken in the middle of the night...stumble into the bathroom...and see a full-grown, silver-back gorilla sitting on the toilet..!

Now THAT...would freak ME out..!!!!!!

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 9:31 am:
Oooooooh! Spiders aren't my favorite either! lol

PlaynAgain 54F

9/9/2006 8:15 am

    Quoting pragmaticCTcpl:
    (him) - *L* I can just picture the two of you during this story..!

    With us, up here, we go through an occasional exercise (or is it EXORCISE?) whenever Mrs. Prag spots a spider crawling somewhere. She'll literally freak, even if it's so small that I have to squint to see it as I do my Prince Valiant routine with a paper towel..!

    I can only imagine what I would do if I was to awaken in the middle of the night...stumble into the bathroom...and see a full-grown, silver-back gorilla sitting on the toilet..!

    Now THAT...would freak ME out..!!!!!!

UGH - drops lap top and runs like hell! Just seeing the word "spider" freaks me out! Serious phobia here<<

"Attitude is everything. Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle. Live simply, Love generously, Care deeply, Speak kindly. Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain."

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 9:32 am:
Playn....that IS a serious phobia when you have to run out of the blogs! lol I can just see that cute ass of yours trotting out of here! LMAO!!!!!

JazzDlight 59F

9/9/2006 8:16 am

I never understood women's fear of mice. I would have gotten him into a bag, bowl or something and just left him go outside. Hugs, Jazz

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 9:34 am:
Jazz....you're a braver woman than I am! I don't know why something so small scares me so much! I know that it's irrational....I just can't stop the fear! lol

horny4770 60M
8158 posts
9/9/2006 8:21 am

Women and little crawly things...

"you'll never figure us women out!" not and keep our sanity!


angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 9:35 am:
Horny.....you are such a wise man! A sexy one too! ~hugs~

mysticdreamangel 61F
2759 posts
9/9/2006 8:43 am

Can someone tell me how to get coffee out of a keyboard...

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 9:36 am:
Mystic....just turn it upside down and let it drain! Trust me, I don't drink coffee....but I've read a few that caused me to spray my Diet Coke! lol

twirly_girl 47F

9/9/2006 9:34 am

I only have one mouse story. I may have
to write about it sometime. I also had
and experience with a frog in the toilet.
Now THAT was interesting.


angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 9:39 am:
Nic.....now I'd like to hear your critter stories! lol

free2chose2 66F

9/9/2006 9:36 am

Very funny story, I can set a trap but won't pick up the"captured"

Don't worry, be Happy

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 9:40 am:
Free.....oh! I'm the same way! I couldn't do it. Once when we lived overseas, and my husband was gone, I would just pick up the whole trap with the BBQ tongs, and throw the trap and dead mouse all away together! lol

florallei 99F

9/9/2006 9:59 am

So Angel was that hubby's first killing for you? LOL...poor mouse...


angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 10:17 am:
Flo......I don't know! I'll have to think about that!

MaggiesWishes 60F

9/9/2006 11:00 am

My "mouse" story ... hummm....

My husband had taken me to the mountains for a weekend holiday and we had the best time away from NYC. Upon return, I noticed that my upstairs neighbors had vacated the apt.
Two days later ... the "mice" were scurring all over my place! We plastered, steelwooled holes, set traps ... and I went to the "Super" several times to get the exterminator.
Finally, with no help from the Super... I started catching those little "meecies" and I'd bag them and take them to the SUPER's door and hang them on the doorhandle.
The Super never came to me ... but did send someone a week later.
Total mice killed in 20 days = 17.
I learned to double bag and then a third to keep them quiet.

They are quiet funny when drunk on peanutbutter and some poison.
I really wanted them to go someplace else tho.
I detest killing things.
But I will, if it comes between them and me and my survival mood.

warm huggies 2ya
from one fraddie cat to another .... Squeek!

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 7:55 pm:
Mags.....that's a great story! I really hate killing things too....but I agree....when they invade my space that survival mode sets in.

rm_ironhead1956 60M
275 posts
9/9/2006 11:04 am

That's just too funny, and your right we'll never figure you women out. Have a good day!

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 7:57 pm:
Ironhead.....and do you really WANT to figure us out! We ladies do love our air of mystery! Have a great weekend!

rm_FreeLove999 46F
16127 posts
9/9/2006 11:07 am

we have a mouse problem at home; we have caught lots of them in humane traps and driven them far away from our house. now there is only one left, but it is a big adult one, too big for the trap, and we had to throw the trap away, cos a mouse gnawed it's way out of it on the last time we set the trap .... gnawed right thru the plastic! we have spoken about getting a mole snake to eat the mice, cos traps aren't working and i am allergic to cats, and have a cat phobia, but gaeb doesn't like the idea of even a non-poisonous snake around kids, cos he says they can still give a nasty bite. so, at this point, dunno what the hell to do...

[blog freelove999]

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 7:59 pm:
Free....That's awful! I don't like the idea of a snake either.....I think they would bother me more than the mice. The thing about mice is how fast they can reproduce!

ZZ_Todd 59M

9/9/2006 11:59 am

Aw hell Sweetie... a mouse is nothing but a pip-squeak rat! (Be glad it wasn't a rat!)

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 7:59 pm:
Todd....I got shivers when I read your comment! I AM glad it wasn't a rat! Class would have been cancelled!

artsyfox 43F
1799 posts
9/9/2006 1:03 pm

rotflmfao ............OMG too funny, sounds like the time I went over to a friends house and he had a mouse in the kitchen I didn't know about. I was out there late at night getting something to drink and I scared the mouse and he scurried across my foot. I did not scream! But I did go upstairs and back to bed and tell him that he might wanna deal with the mouse sometime that week, as I don't think it would be easy for my heart to handle another episoide like that. LOL

ArtstyFox #

"We are, each of us angels with only one wing; and we can only fly by embracing one another."
Luciano de Crescenzo

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 8:01 pm:
Kelli......If that mouse had scurried across my feet....I would have screamed! lol

Whispersoftly5 52F
15176 posts
9/9/2006 1:31 pm

I can't do it! I can't kill a mouse for simply being there. I know how destructive they are and that they can produce a slew of babies - but I just can't kill like that.

We used to have mice in our office and I brought in a trap/cage and would go set them free in a field anytime one was caught. I'm an animal freak though - even bugs and wierd critters - I love them all and would set them free. Except - Black Widows and ants. Even killing the ants I have guilt sometimes. I never feel guilty about a killing a Black Widown though I suppose I should.


angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 8:02 pm:
Whisper.....I think that's sweet! And I don't like the killing part. But if we let them loose outside here, they would just come back with relatives! lol

rm_SWSunset64 51F
3940 posts
9/9/2006 2:43 pm

That is too funny! It made me remember when I was visiting my sister whose cat would bring mice in and play them. Anyways one night I had slept on the couch. The next morning when I was folding the blankets a mouse fell out. I screamed so loud that my brother-in-law came running in the house from the garage, because he thought somebody broke in. I don't know if the mouse was there all night or the cat had brought it in that morning!



angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 8:03 pm:
SW....that is too funny! I would have screamed bloody murder if that had happened to me!

rm_Skylark073 44M

9/9/2006 3:17 pm

Free Love 999, have you considered C-4 explosives?

Angel, that is too funny. Sure drowning it is cruel, but someone told me about the time her hubby dropped it into the garbage disposal! Damn.

Lastly, I don't want to figure women out. That's part of what makes them so great.

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 8:04 pm:
Sky.....the garbage disposal? That is gross! I know....we kind of like to be unpredictable! lol I love it when you stop by!

somethingelse40 75M
14676 posts
9/9/2006 3:19 pm

Now taking nominations for a feelthy cranium and/or an early Halloween …

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 8:05 pm:
Something....do you have a "critter" story to share with me?

spacecadet561 60M

9/9/2006 4:10 pm

Get a cat, or a small dog. Just make sure that they don't catch mice outside and bring them in to play with, like some do.

Inspect your house for mouse entrances, and plug them with something inorganic and hard to chew, like mortar or steel wool. Sheet rock isn't tough enough. I wound up putting some cement-based siding on selected areas of garage wall where mice were getting through into the house itself. The tack and feed room has the cement siding panels on both outside and inside faces of the walls, and is doing pretty well so far.


angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 8:06 pm:
Spacecadet.....That's a good idea. I have a small dog right now who is afraid of her own shadow. lol

(What the fuck is this shit..?? *rolls eyes*)

9/9/2006 5:36 pm

I Man got to do what a Mans got to do...LMAO...Ready


angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 8:06 pm:
Ready....I agree!

VirginiaDuckie2 60M

9/9/2006 5:53 pm

First you tell us about your panic attack while bathing crabs and now you share about the swimming lessons for the mouse. You must be a lot of fun to have around the house.

Mice are more startling than they are frightening. They can move so darn fast.

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 8:07 pm:
Virginia.....I do try hard! lol You're not afraid of mice because you're a man. You ARE a man, aren't you?????

Passion247000 46F
3195 posts
9/9/2006 5:54 pm

I am extremely scare of mice....not sure why....

...but I will never kill a mouse in that fashion...eeel!..I would prefer it a quick death than to be drown... Just bad karma.... sorry...I'm just being honest.... but I do understand all he wanted was to rid of the thing, and he was in a survivor mode, so to speak!

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 8:08 pm:
Passion....I don't think he enjoyed it either! But you're right...it was that survivor mode! lol

ShyWhisper2006 53F
15175 posts
9/9/2006 8:02 pm

*giggles*..I would be the same way dear...*hugs*

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/10/2006 7:34 am:
Shy....I'm glad I'm not the only one!

rm_mainevern 51M
10197 posts
9/9/2006 8:18 pm

Hehehehe . What would you gals do without us studly types to protect you from the ferocious beasts .

I guess I shouldn't tell you about the one I caught in my cupboard last night, little shit chewed the hell out of a loaf of bread. Litte bastard couldn't resist peanut butter .

I don't think I ever flushed one though .


I Wanna Pull Purpletrashcan's Fucking Hair!

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/10/2006 7:33 am:
Vern....we just couldn't do without you studly types! So mice like peanut butter do they? I guess that was his "last dinner"!

bigandtallreturn 37M

9/9/2006 8:49 pm

A small mouse? Nothing.

You haven't lived until you've seen a New York City super rat. I saw one years ago, and it scared the shit out of all of us. Believe me when I say those things are as big as cats, and greasy fast, too.

"Today may be the first day of the rest of your life, unless you live on the other side of the International Date Line, then yesterday was the first day of the rest of your life."- Larry Andersen

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/10/2006 7:31 am:
Big.....oh that gave me goosebumps! If I saw a rat that big I swear I'd pass out!

rm_DarknStar 54F
2823 posts
9/9/2006 9:09 pm

EEEEEKKKKKK is right. I had 2 in the house and I fixed them a special dinner....D-Con!.......

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/10/2006 7:30 am:
Darkn.....it was really kind of you to give them dinner! lol

economickrisis 55M

9/10/2006 1:42 am

Poor little Mickey or Minnie Mouse

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/10/2006 7:29 am:
Economickrisis.....yeah, I thought of that! But somehow I don't picture Micky or Minnie pooping all over my house! lol

rm_Skylark073 44M

9/10/2006 2:16 am

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 9:04 pm:
Sky.....the garbage disposal? That is gross! I know....we kind of like to be unpredictable! lol I love it when you stop by!

The mouse didn't care for it either. Bloggers like you turn a disappointing experience into a positive one. Thank you.

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/10/2006 7:28 am:
Sky.....thank you! That just made my day!

Sulabula 45F
12659 posts
9/10/2006 3:12 am

I hate mice ..I had one in my house..well...a whole family of them lol...but I was really freaked out by them lol...and one time I had to get the neighbour in get rid of them lol

Sula xxx

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angelofmercy5 replies on 9/10/2006 7:27 am:
Sula....I wish I wasn't freaked out by them....but to me they are just dirty and they're so fast! yuk

wickedeasy 67F  
26745 posts
9/10/2006 6:03 am

you reminded me of one - i hope you don't mind if i blog it

and you're right

give it up men - we're just too complex - or as you like to say, irrational

You cannot conceive the many without the one.

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/10/2006 7:26 am:
WE....mind if you blog it? I can't wait to read it! lol

hotpeppers58 58M

9/10/2006 7:47 am

It's not that hard to understand, women have a larger capacity for feeling deep emotion. So they often feel more then one emotional side of an issue. Maybe I'm wrong, maybe I read that in a fortune cookie,
maybe no one will know for sure. lol don

rm_skyeone2 64M/45F
7186 posts
9/10/2006 8:00 am

Can't think of a critter that can creep into a house around here that'll scare me. LOL. Unless of course that critter is a person intent on burglary or some such, that'll scare the hell outta me!

But as far as mice go, I've caught and killed enough of the little buggers. They sure are a nuisance!


Blessed Be

papyrina 51F
21133 posts
9/10/2006 8:53 am

we always catch them and let them go,hubby had one mouse die on him and never forgave him self,so easier to let them go lol

I'm a

i'm here to stay

rm_mainevern 51M
10197 posts
9/10/2006 10:37 am

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/10/2006 10:33 am:
Vern....we just couldn't do without you studly types! So mice like peanut butter do they? I guess that was his "last dinner"!

Try it on the trap, peanut butter works WAY better than cheese!

Here mousey mousey mousey


I Wanna Pull Purpletrashcan's Fucking Hair!

cougarprey4play 41M

9/10/2006 11:18 am

Be thankful it wasn't a pack rat...I've had to deal with those a couple of times. They are much faster than mice & love to steal items!

My dog loves catching them, it's a game with him to find & catch them (he doesn't eat them); same with my previous dog.

When I had cats, they just looked at it & played with it...the dog always had other plans.

Zorianbeauty 48F

9/10/2006 12:35 pm

I had a mouse move in once, so i moved out.... [so terrified am i, that i actually went back home to stay with my mother until said problem was taken care of] know thinking back on it, I'm not sure which is the scariest thought ...lol

The humane traps where set, but my mouse, oh no, way to clever to be caught out that way ....

Poison they told me, was my next option, i didn't want to, but i was living with my mother, i had to do something, and so i agreed, but my mouse, oh no, not once did he take a nibble ....

Finally, my brother laid traps, with chocolate as the bait, two days passed and nothing, and then on the morning of the third day, i walked in to find my mouse caught in the trap, dead, and then my hysterical cry's were due to the fact, that i had killed this beautiful little critter, he looked so small.... and i felt like such a shit ....

I cried for two days ....

So, i have to agree with your husband, there is no pleasing us women ...

cpltoplzyou 60M/56F

9/10/2006 3:03 pm

I don't give a s--- how you get rid of them just get rid of them.

One night I woke hubby up because one came in our bed room I to was in the middle of the bed screaming. He got a broom and tried to swat it enough to startle it and do away with it however I did not care as long as it was gone. Mind you he was in his undies chasing a mouse around with the broom. He bent over to swat it one way and I chose to run out the door. Well he raised up and hit his head on the door knob and for some reason I went historical in laughter watching him holding a broom in one hand and his head with the other why the little mouse ran out the door. He was so ticked off at me he said I don't care if they bring a whole family in to sleep with me he will never get up again to Chase a damn mouse LOl. Of corse he has where use to live Thank goodness I have not seen any here yet UGGGGGGG

comics5121950 66M
4 posts
9/10/2006 3:21 pm

Now that was funny, glad I stopped by. I feel the same way about mice, I was the one who shreeked when I was married. Have a great day.

VATraveler1948 68M

9/10/2006 3:27 pm

I have a critter story for you. in 1970 I was stationed on a Navy base in the West Indies where I lived in the barracks with 25 or 30 other guys. My fiance sent me a care package just before Christmas. In the package was a HUGE candy cane, I mean the sucker must have weighed 2 or 3 pounds. I put the candy cane, still wrapped in it's plastic wrap, in the top of my locker in the barracks. Several days later a couple of the other guys and I decided that we would break the big candy cane up into smaller pieces and everyone would get a chunk. I took the thing out of the locker and immediately noticed that the bottom of the candy cane had been attacked by little teeth. That put an immediate end to the candy cane idea.

I put the candy in a big metal can and went down and talked to the chief master-at-arms, the man responsible for running the barracks. He had one of his staff come up an set a couple of traps. They checked the traps regularly for several days and had absolutely no success. One morning, after a long mid-watch I had an idea. I took a big hammer, broke the candy cane into small pieces and put them back in the can. I went and collected the traps that had been set and I removed the bait... cheese, how original. I cleaned the traps, baited them with a small chunk of the candy cane and reset them. Later that day, as I was in my bed asleep, I was awoken by the sound of a trap being sprung. I got up and took a look at the trap... there was one of the little candy bandits, he (or she) had sampled their last candy cane.

I kept those traps baited with the candy cane for several weeks. The sound of the snapping trap was heard quite frequently and we had a LONG string of confirmed kills. The successful "pest elimination events" eventually stopped... either the mice moved on to better hunting grounds or they became more discriminating in the dietary habits. I eventually threw what remained of the candy cane away. By the way, the master-at-arms posted new rules... no food in the barracks unless it was stored in metal containers.

I never did get a single bite of that huge candy cane. I'm sure I told my fiance about the debacle but I don't remember her ever sending a replacement... or any cookies or other kind of goodies. Talk about biting the hand that feeds you...

I don't have a lot of sympathy for the mice... particularly inside a place where people live. Throughout history they are known to have been the carriers of disease and they certainly have very poor sanitation habits... evidenced by the little black remnants they leave behind. However, having read the story of the drowning mouse I don't think I could ever kill one in that manner. I'd just buy me a candy cane and break it up for use as bait.

impish_pixie 54F
6867 posts
9/10/2006 5:15 pm

OMG...that poor, little wee mousie. AWWW...from now on Angel dear, call me, I think they're adorable. I'll come save the mousie and bring a bottle of something soothing for you. AWWW...somewhere there is a little mouse family still waiting for mommie or daddy to come home. Much better to catch them and put them outside.

I make mistakes, I am out of control & at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best. ~Marilyn

keithcancook 60M
17788 posts
9/10/2006 6:27 pm

I knew it! You females are so predictable...

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jst4fun1226 39F

9/10/2006 8:29 pm

Thanks for welcoming me into the "Blogging" community. I read some of your entries, they are great. I will check in every so often. Thanks again.


boydcounty 67M

9/10/2006 9:57 pm

It was after midnight. I was fast asleep. The wife was watching the end of a show on TV. Suddenly, I was awakened from my dreams loud shriek. I raced to the living room in all my glory (I sleep nude) holding a broom handle I grabbed on the way. Suddenly she screamed again, "MOUSE!!!" I saw it on the desk. I grabbed the trash can, knocked the mouse into the can, and rushed outside, and put it in the large garbage can and plopped a lid on it figuring to get rid of it in the morning. I walked back in the house, assured her that it was taken care of, and toddled back to bed. The next morning, I checked my email. Damn, its hard to use those little arrows to control the computer. I wish I had my mouse back.


somethingelse40 75M
14676 posts
9/11/2006 4:22 am

the long term effects of useless information ...?

rm_Ptalk1155 34M
3450 posts
9/11/2006 8:20 am

I gave up on figuring women out a long time ago. I just keeep on driving and completely mind my own business.

FrankPicasso 52M

9/11/2006 5:59 pm

This is such a great post, Angel. The poor little guy is probably still swimming through the pipes, plotting his revenge. Sleep with one eye open, Angel. And if I happen to spy a mouse carrying a tiny sledgehammer, I'll be sure and let you know!

somethingelse40 75M
14676 posts
9/15/2006 4:04 pm

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 10:05 pm:
Something....do you have a "critter" story to share with me?

That's the story of my life. When will you be free to be a captive?

somethingelse40 75M
14676 posts
9/15/2006 4:07 pm

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 10:05 pm:
Something....do you have a "critter" story to share with me?

I’d want to get to know you better, if I weren’t afraid of what critters might turn up.

somethingelse40 75M
14676 posts
9/15/2006 4:09 pm

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 10:05 pm:
Something....do you have a "critter" story to share with me?

Dead critters are less dead than if they’d never crittered anywhere (but may not realize it).

somethingelse40 75M
14676 posts
9/15/2006 4:11 pm

angelofmercy5 replies on 9/9/2006 10:05 pm:
Something....do you have a "critter" story to share with me?

My time is far too valuable for me to spend any of it trying to entertain critters.

Khrysomallos 46F

9/18/2006 8:13 am

Awwwww . . . poor little mousey!! I don't understand why people are afraid of them, I think they're adorable (I've been known for "abducting" the lab mice out of science class and setting them free).

Actually, mousies aren't such great swimmers. My dad has horses, and unfortunately the mice in the feed barn are a real pain and health hazard. The best "trap" is to put a bucket of water just far enough from a bale of hay so that when they attempt to get a drink they fall in. So my little girl and I would be visiting, and there's my dad . . . giving the mice "swimming lessons" and then giving them "flying lessons."

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