Things I learned this winter


  • If you double the amount of sugar in your bread recipe, you end up with a gooey hunk of unleavened dough in your garbage can.
  • Online shopping helps you memorize your credit card number.
  • Sensa makes your wallet lighter, but not you.
  • They really CAN get along without you at work.
  • Watching tragic events on TV makes you feel more a part of them than listening to them on the radio.
  • Buying trip insurance is a good idea for clumsy people.
  • Everything that happens to you is not A SIGN, although it sure seems like it at the time.
  • Appreciating the little things in life is a good idea.
  • Turns out you can make lemonade from lemons.
  • Sometimes winter seems really long, but it probably isn’t.
  • No matter how much time you have on your hands, you still won’t get the projects done that you don’t really want to do.
  • Spray-painting a bird bath is easy.
  • Using Google Music makes you wish you’d bought an iPod.
  • If you fall on your elbow, and you can’t raise your arm afterwards, chances are it’s broken.

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12 thoughts on “Things I learned this winter

  1. You’ve heard the saying “Waste not, want not”? That’s what you did with your winter. You didn’t waste the experiences you had this winter, so you might not have to repeat them until you learn them (like some I know very closely lol).

    • I hope you’re right Sandra. And in the grand scheme of life, those mishaps are miniscule, though difficult at the time. I hope you are not the one who is not learning and repeating though.

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