Oh by the way, folks,
Today we observe another instance of divine strength. Actually, this is a fairly well understood phenomenon, often described in sports publications.
Human muscles use three types of metabolism: aerobic direct glucose (useful for long-term endurance), anaerobic glycogen (useful for short sprints) and a third one that I forget what it's called, but it's possible only to use it in extreme cases of dire emergency and it's only good for about two or three seconds of exertion.
It's this third type of metabolism that these girls used. Perfectly natural, nothing divine nor supernatural, just a thing that only happens to maybe one person in a million maybe once in their lifetime.
Here's a technology phenomenon I don't understand. When MrsPest takes a picture with her digital camera and e-mails it to me so I can post it on Facebook, it appears sideways in my e-mail and sideways when I transfer it onto my computer file but if I re-straighten it back up again, Facebook plops it sideways the other way.
So I just leave it sideways in my file, and Facebook puts it up correctly.
This does not happen with my own digital camera. I take a picture, e-mail it to myself and it's right-side-up, save it to my computer file and it's right-side-up, post it on Facebook and it's right-side-up.
So what's in MrsPest's camera that does the intermediate steps sideways?
Oh well, most of our modern technology has got me baffled anyhow.
Anyhow, it's raining. The Wondrous Weather Website is predicting rain all day. I suppose I've got lotsa fun indoor stuff to do.
Happy Indoor Stuff!
Signs of life