Been an interesting week...and I don't feel like whining about it. Well that's SO not true. I do feel like whining about, it's just that you don't feel like reading about it. Be glad you haven't had to listen to me...seriously.
So I invented a new feature. I call it Friday Flex Time because it's not quite Tina's Ten Tidbits (which I did for a while) it's more a chance for me to write about what I want to write about. How is this is different than what you usually do around here and in what way?? Shorter. That should make you concise people very happy. I can hit a topic on my mind, throw a few sentences up there, and be done. Doesn't have to be a long post.
One thing I still can't do is write a short intro...Cheryl! Help!!!!
Does anyone know how to clean antique copper like this?
I inherited this with from Farmor (father's mother – you'll learn a lot more about her when I write my challenge posts about moving to America) If you say "google it" I will scream. Yes, I'm aware of the wealth of info at my finger tips. What I don't have time is to read through all the suggestions for one that ACTUALLY WORKS because I've tried a lot of them and they produce no result. Regale me with your success, please. And thank you.
If you're drinking sake... and spill it, as in pour more in the thimble than it can take, twice in a row, then someone should drive you home. Not that I drank sake this week, or know anyone who did, just thought I'd share this important public service announcement. Why not drive? Because when you get home and get out of the car you'll spill all your precious left-overs in the driveway because you forget that your husbands car is missing that feature which lets the door stay open while you get out...so just sayin'. Be careful out there.
I know this will offend hordes of you.. but hear me out before you scream at me. Which you may do. I screamed at you about the google and the copper...When you name your child, please use the conventional spelling. You have no idea what it's like for a teacher to have Megan, Mehgan, Meggin, and Meagen all in the same class. AND, if you don't care about the teachers, think about the grandparents. How will they ever buy them a personalized tacky souvenir with their precious grandchild's name on it?
Oh, and Dear God,
Please give me less teachable moments with my children. I don't have it in me for anymore this week.