Weekend Lessons

Lesson 1 —

If you have no hot water, maybe, just maybe, your hotwater heater is under water and your basement resembles the North Shore.

Lesson 2 —


The $40 you save on barbeque assembly may be cheaper than the divorce which is likely if you mistakenly think projects involving tools and 15 pages of instructions will build togetherness.

Lesson 3 —

Opting to bake a cake yourself instead of giving in to a bakery version will only save you money if the homebaked cake is not adorned with $5 in sprinkles alone.

And how was your weekend?

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3 Responses to “Weekend Lessons”


  1. 1 Rambling Mom May 21, 2007 at 5:13 am

    Some couples can work well together on projects.

    At least that’s what I hear. I’ve yet to meet any of them.

    So, when did Rainbox start a school of cake decorating? Cause I’m pretty sure Princess is one of her students.

  2. 2 Robin May 21, 2007 at 5:49 pm

    Very important lessons. No doubt about it.

  3. 3 Anonymous May 23, 2007 at 3:00 pm

    Oh I know exactly what you mean about assembling the barbecue. We had twenty people coming for an Easter Day party, and early in the day when my husband got the gas grill out from its temporary winter home, he discovered it had given up the ghost. Off he and his friend went in a dither to Sears to get another – it took them FOUR hours to put the damn thing together – our guests were walking up the front walk just as the final screws went in. Whew! Not the most fun …


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