A Magnificient Noodle

I found this magnificent noodle while cooking dinner tonight. I wonder what this could mean. This royal noodle could mean that good or bad luck is on the way... I’ve decided its good luck because it resembles a horseshoe.

This week I found a moth above my doorway, and walked through a few cobwebs... both of which mean you will acquire money, and that would be good luck.

Yep, good things are on the way, that must be what this magnificent noodle is trying to tell me. Why else would I find such a magnificent noodle?

Any ideas?


Sandee said...

Okay, you believe whatever you want to Ann, but I think it's just a machanical malfunction. I know, I'm acting way to logical. Bwahahaha. Okay, get the robe and crown and treat that noodle with the respect he/she deserves. :)

Misty DawnS said...

If walking through cobwebs means good things are going to happen - well then, my life is going to be fantastic for awhile!
That's a pretty cool and spiffy noodle you found!

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Sandee, Laughing. Just a child with a new toy. Can you tell I have a new scanner? LOL And I have a publishers book review due by tomorrow. Laughing. I've been trying to come by for my Comedy Plus fix all day. I'll be there in a little while. Does this mean I have to pay respect to a noodle, now? Wait a minute...on second thought, maybe I don't want it to be a magnificent noodle...


I hope you're having a great evening.

P.S. Did you see the link to Misty's Tuesday's Question answer? I added what I'm talking about to the comments post a little while ago. You should see a few extra links. I linked to your main page and your peace globe post. Read the addition in the beginning of the comment post. You'll see what I mean. Hugs- Ann

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Misty, I know, I wonder who ever came up with that one? You're supposed to acquire lots of money if you walk through a cob web. You know, it's kind of like that actors superstition, "break a leg."

I wanted to tell you to read what I added to my Readers Comments post. I hope it makes sense. I wanted you and Sandee to know. Plus, both you and Sandee need to let me know if the links with through. I'm not sure if he linked to either one of you and I wanted you to receive a link. :))

Break a leg~


Patois42 said...

Dang! If only it looked more like Jesus, you could have a money maker on your hands.

Liz said...

Yes ann...I think it's for goodluck :)

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Patois, I just may have a money maker on my hands anyway don't you think? LOL

Thanks for stopping by and bringing your marvelous sense of humor! :)


aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Thank you Liza, I think it is too.

Smile. Thank goodness my readers (like you)have such a great sense of humor. Otherwise, I would have some weird reactions to this silliness.

Thanks again Liza, and have a nice day! :)


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