And I quote, “If I live long enough, I’ll be the smartest person in the world. I learn something new every day.” Got that, kiddies? Keep learning!
Another Kohl’s shopper once tried to encourage a fluffier choice, explaining that the towels I was considering were more for hotels. Um. . . got the idea from hotels!
Write the year on every item in the pantry. Strive to use up these labeled items, even if they’re somewhat questionable. (Then shop less—the hardest part!)
Come on, kids! I’m not saying to wear nothing to bed. Just wear your exercise clothes, and it will strengthen your workout guilt in the morning.
Just like Grandpa, the kids love to say things are “very clever.” And lots of things are.
Rachael Ray: a good source for clever ideas
[This week I’ll be sharing some things my kids (and I) have learned from Grandpa/Dad.]
Do this by simply saying, “……. is very talented.”
This is especially true if you are hanging mini blinds and only use two out of eight screws provided. You’ll be back to put the rest in.
He wrote “ASSUME” on the board. He said, “Never assume anything, because you’ll make this (underlined A-S-S) out of this (underlined U) and this (underlined M-E).”