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How shall I treat our house more like a garbage pail?
Let me count the ways.
With dirty socks and underwear tossed to the depth and breadth and height
A hamper? What? Pff. Please. I’ve got stuff to do tonight.
Like (for example) I’ve got to take these sticky double Popsicle sticks
If you can tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street, then Friday has the perfect party for you at the Big Yellow Bird Ball. If you just like drinking, eating and dressing up for a good cause, then you'll still enjoy this benefit for Nashville Public Television.
Years ago when I heard about teachers switching to purple ink in place of red to correct student work, I thought it was a goof. The reasoning behind the change involved red having a “negative, aggressive connotation” that undermines students’ self-confidence. Okkaayyy. Purple, on the other hand, apparently softens the blow, said the experts.
Little Leah Cordovez knew she wanted to be a doctor when she was four years old. “I used to follow my brother around with Band-Aids and cotton balls just waiting to jump in with first aid. I was all over it.”
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