Bread tags make the
perfect-sized cord labels.
I just love this idea!
This is just one of those things that I’ve hated doing for all the years
(don’t go there) that I’ve been grown enough to do – yet the ‘art’
of doing this has always infurated me
to the point of just doing it quick and putting it in the closet.
Perhaps NOW with this I just might be able to perfect it!
For those who can’t stand the scrunching and bunching:
how to perfectly fold a fitted sheet.
See – now maybe I can fold those sheets – can you – or will
you be learning with me?
They beg in different areas of town.
Carlos begs for the same amount of time
as José, but collects only
about $8.00 or $9.00 a day.
José brings home a suitcase full of ten-dollar
bills every day. He drives a Mercedes,
lives in a mortgage-free house, and has
a lot of money to spend.
“Hey, amigo,” Carlos says to José,
“I work just as long and hard as you do,
so how come you bring home a suitcase
full of ten dollar bills every day?
“Look at your sign, what does it say?”
Carlos reads his sign:
“I have no work, a wife
and six kids to support.”
“What’s wrong with that?”
Carlos asks him.
“No wonder you only get
$8.00 or $9.00 a day!” says José.
“All right, what is on your sign?”
José shows him:
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