"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the
manner in which its animals are treated“
I'm back to work today after being off for two days due to bronchitis. I seem to get that every year at this time, either January or February. We had a mild winter up until recently so I thought I was going to escape it this year but no such luck. My doctor put me on a stronger inhaler than I usually use and I'm slowly getting better.
I won some lottery tickets from a local tv station! My friend who goes walking with me won the same contest last week and since I was home yesterday, she called and urged me to enter the drawing. I ended up being one of the three winners! I won $35 from the lottery tickets I won. It would have been nice if it was more than that but that's at least more money than I had before the contest! There's going to be another drawing from all the people who won so my friend and I each have a chance of winning more. I hope I don't have to split the money with her if I win!! Maybe I'll just buy her lunch and a thank you card if I win the big drawing, haha! Heck, I might even spring for flowers, too, depending on how much I win.
Okay, creative minds . . . help!
My husband is going to be 72 in a couple of weeks. I'm focusing on the "6 dozen" (72) concept. He's already agreed to take in 6 dozen cookies to put in the break room that day with a sign that says they're "in honor of _____'s 6 dozenth birthday."
There's not enough room in his office for 72 balloons, but I thought about either 6 "12" balloons or a "7" and a "2" . . . any other ideas?????
You could put 72 small birthday candles in a glass jar and attach a note saying "Be thankful you don't have to blow all of these out!".
You could have a dozen balloons or a dozen something delivered each day, the 5 days prior to his Birthday. On the 6th day, his Birthday, have something special delivered or planned.
Orneriness: the best attitude of the elderly.
Oh, you're too funny!
Count your blessings!