This I’ve Learned

BLOG JUNE 5, 2023

about the man pushing a stroller. It was a nice stroller with a canopy. I thought some child is lucky to have a daddy like that. When I was close enough to check out that lucky child, I was surprised to see a fluffy little dog. Now I can’t help but wonder when someone says they are taking their dog for a walk.

A teacher gave a balloon to every student, who had to inflate it, write their name on it and throw it in the hallway. The teacher then mixed all the balloons. The students were then given 5 minutes to find their own balloon. Despite a hectic search, no one found their balloon.
At that point, the teacher told the students to take the first balloon that they found and hand it to the person whose name was written on it. Within 5 minutes, everyone had their own balloon.
The teacher said to the students: “These balloons are like happiness. We will never find it if everyone is looking for their own. But if we care about other people’s happiness, we’ll find ours too.” May your day be filled with happiness.

Put lemons to work
Put lemon in a glass of water, microwave for 3 minutes. Wipe off grease with ease.
To keep a cut apple from turning brown, cover cut area with lemon juice.
Keep fridge smelling fresh by placing a cut lemon inside.
Rub lemon in baking soda and use it to scrub stove top.

Make spinach into a powder
Spread spinach onto a baking sheet. Dehydrate in 125-degree oven until crisp. Use a blender or coffee grinder to make into a fine powder. It’ll be great in many foods or smoothie to get the same fiber and vitamins from leaf spinach. It’ll last up to six months.

If popcorn won’t pop, soak in water for 5 minutes, drain & dry, then try again.
The freezer is a good place to store popcorn.
For fewer calories, sprinkle popcorn with herbs or spices instead of butter.
Avoid microwave popcorn that contains diacetyl. It’s proven to be harmful to health. Actually, regular popcorn will pop fine in microwave. No need for packaged popcorn.

Live in way that at your death the world cries and you rejoice.
To understand life, look backward and to live it, look forward.

Punch Lines are complimentary of Fr. John Hampsch, C.M.F

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Theresa Klunk Schultz