Random What & Why


Random What & Why


Before I forget … just some thoughts and observations


Why didn’t I ever notice this?

Take the first letters of each month, and the ones from July to November spell out the name ‘Jason’.

J – July

A – August

S – September

O – October

N – November



What is the strangest thing you ever mailed through the post office?

For me it would be an empty peanut butter jar.

My daughter’s dog loved licking the leavings from peanut butter jars, so I mailed one to Mr. Maynard Wayne. She said he loved it. Here’s a picture of him. 🙂



What might be the silliest thing you ever asked Google search?

Mine is probably this: “Can a chigger bug live in your leg for years, and then come back to life?”

I’m pretty sure the answer is no.


Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2019 BS



2 responses »

  1. Ha! How fun! Okay, I’ll give it a whirl (answering the questions any way). No I did not know you could spell “Jason” using the months of the year, there’s another ‘word’ in that too “Mam” (March April May). Interesting indeed!

    The strangest thing i ever mailed via snail mail was probably arrowheads. My (deceased now) father-in-law and my hubby collected dozens when hubby was a boy. Someone I know wanted to make a piece of art and so I sent several to him.

    The silliest thing I may have asked Google Search …hmmm. That’s a tough one! I use it often to define words used in the Daily Prompts here that I don’t know. It’s educational certainly! 🙂

    • Thanks, Melanie!
      It is fun to find words in other words, or like in the names of the months. Good one you found ‘Mam’.
      Arrowheads are great to find. I’ve never, but my brother-in-law and his family go on arrowhead hunts all the time in New Mexico. Great you could sent some through the mail to help out.
      Google is a wonderful way to find out things. But, sometimes I like to just think up silly things to ask to see what it comes up with. I really did want an answer to the chigger bug bite, though.
      Glad you had fun answering these, too. 🙂

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