This I’ve Learned

I WAS THINKING…
about a friend I ran into the other day in the grocery store. We both looked at each other and we weren’t sure because we hadn’t seen each other for several years. It almost brought tears to my eyes when I noticed how much she had aged. It bothered me until I looked in the mirror that evening. Now I’m wondering if she was close to tears also.

ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
OVERHEARD AT THE SENOR CENTER
I made a huge to-do list today. I just can’t figure out who’s going to do it.
Some call it multi—tasking. I call it doing something else while I try to remember what I was doing in the first place.
I’m starting to think I’ll never be old enough to know better.

CAN YOU GUESS THIS RIDDLE
Answer at the end
What has never been seen, never was, but always will be?

VISIT THE PETERSEN AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM
Use the link below to see some fascinating automobiles
https://www.petersen.org/   (Can copy and paste)

COOKING WITH VINEGAR
(Taken from The Vinegar Anniversary Book)
Improve the flavor of hot dogs by boiling a few minutes in water with a tablespoon of vinegar. (Pierce them before boiling and they will have less fat)
Vinegar acts as a tenderizer on meats used in stir-fry dishes
Keep candy and icings smooth and less gritty by adding a few drops of vinegar.
A few drops of vinegar added to boiling potatoes will keep them snowy white.

THIS I’VE LEARNED
We all say or do something that we realize later was “dumb”.  We often fret about it and wonder “what was I thinking?”. Others may have noticed it, but chances are they don’t really care and won’t even think about it again. Most people are so wrapped up in their own problems, others aren’t as important. Knowing that makes it easier for us to ‘let go’. Think about it!

Answer to riddle: Tomorrow

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Theresa Klunk Schultz

1 Comment

  1. Lee Wade on February 1, 2024 at 1:54 pm

    Theresa, loved this blog! LOL