Once had a coworker tell me she thought store bought tomatoes were fine until she had one I brought out of my back yard.
I wonder how many “one last chance” calls I’m going to get from Steve at Dealer Processing.
That’s what I’d like to know. Locally, folks are wearing gloves to the grocery store, taking them off when they’re done shopping and dropping them on the ground in the parking lot for someone else to clean up.
Awesome. Nice job!
My church is doing drive through communion (pre-packaged) from 9-10 on Easter Sunday.
In honor of April Fool’s Day, I wore my nametag upside down today. Only a couple of people noticed.
The joke is on me. I was supposed to be heading to New Orleans for the annual audiology convention. Instead, I’m trying to get a refund from Delta for the flights.
Learned a song as a kid in Sunday School that named the disciples to that tune.
One thing I tell patients about hearing aids is that you wouldn’t worry so much about what everyone thinks of how you look when you realize how seldom they really think about how you look.
My grandmother called that “snow broth.” It was upper 80s over the weekend and low 50s today. Yep, that’s spring around here.
I work in a medical office (ENT). We’re going back to seeing patients on a reduced schedule tomorrow. I have a letter stating I’m an essential employee if I get stopped.