This I’ve Learned

about going to get my hair cut. When I set the appointment five weeks ago, it sounded so far away. And now it’s already here. It’s a mystery how time can move so slow, yet passes so quickly. And day by day nothing seems to change, but when we look back, things are different. Go figure!

The most precious gift we can give someone is our time. It’s a portion of our life.
We can produce more wealth, but no one can produce more time.
There’s one thing more important than your time and that’s how you spend it.
You only waste more time if you worry about wasting time.

Hands down, 6:30 is the best time on the clock.
They are finally making a movie about clocks. It’s about time.
Once I tried to make a belt out of clocks. It was such a waist of time.
If you see a billboard with a picture of a wall clock on it, it’s a sign of the times.
A pocket watch is best for people who don’t like to have time on their hands.

OVERHEARD AT THE SENIOR CENTER                                                           O
I named my dog ‘5 Miles’ so I can tell people I walk 5 miles every day. 

(Taken from Google)
To prevent soggy salads, place an inverted saucer in the bottom of the salad bowl.               The excess liquid will drain off under the saucer and the salad stays fresh.
Pickle juice should be saved and used for making coleslaw, potato salad, etc.
Revive limp asparagus by placing in ice water in the refrigerator for about 30 min.

PUNCH LINES         
If something can be done anytime, it’ll never get done.
Cheer up. Your dreams may not come true, but neither do your nightmares.

Information for this blog is taken from many sources.
Deem reliable at your own risk.
Punch Lines are complimentary of Fr. John Hampsch, C.M.F.


Theresa Klunk Schultz