Once upon a time before PCs, Wii, PlayStation, Nintendo DS and even before Commodore 64 children had colouring books, dot-to-dot and spot the difference to keep them amused. I always enjoyed the spot the difference games you found in newspapers, magazines and comics. The only problem was that often there would be a flaw in the paper they were printed on or that there would be the odd spot of misplaced ink, making it difficult to spot the real 10, 15 or 20 differences between the pictures.
As time moved on they started to create spot the differences online. Some of these games are so awkward that often the difference is hardly noticeable or has such a precise area in which to click that I usually end up clicking for a hint!
Talking of spots, Mike's folliculitis has cleared up and all that remains is a few blotchy marks, a bit like chicken pox. I have to keep threatening him with white cotton mittens as he just will not stop scratching. Mike is doing really well (other than the bloody scratching) and even managed to make himself a cup of tea today and ME a coffee (wow) and then went on to clean the kitchen surfaces (DOUBLE WOW).