General rule of my homeschooling: 30 minutes of preparation the night before saves two hours (or more) the next morning. But I was fiddling with a photo card and gift for the Bulldozer’s speech therapist and making a cake for MTG’s work and didn’t get around to it. That’s one.
We are generally pretty picky about our coffee. We don’t buy coffee out alot, but we do like to brew decent stuff. But I was tempted by this huge bag of an unfamiliar brand at Costco and thought, “Hey, I’ll give it a shot.” And by huge, I mean 2 1/2 pounds. The coffee is not good. It’s not cheap diner bad, but the thought of a month of this is daunting. That’s two.
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Three strikes: am I out?
Three silly mistakes: when will I outgrow this stage?
Three lessons: a little organization goes a long way, cheap is not always worth it, pay attention to the task at hand.