So I decided it was time to put my toothbrush out to pasture and came up with the terrific idea of converting the toothbrush into a ‘scrub brush’ for cleaning the rails in the window frames of our windows. I scrubbed out bug parts and muck and unidentifiable grime with it… it works great! I highly recommend it!

This morning I was reminded of my cleverness by the peculiarly GRITTY feeling my toothbrush had in my mouth. Somehow, Old faithful, the retired toothbrush trotted its way back into the cup by my sink. Out of habit I grabbed the green toothbrush and away I went.

No amount of gargling can now take away the memory of this new-found texture. I can only hope that with time, and a new toothbrush, I can put this all behind me.

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Gigi Said

  • Topless Tapas 2012-11-03 18:44:52-

    Tami was leaving to go out with her friend and the kids begged to go with her. I said, "you don't want to go with mom, she is going to the Tapas bar and we are going to stay here and play games."

    Gigi stiffened, "That's weird", she said as she blushed. I processed fast and realized the problem. "TAPAS bar. It means 'small plate', not TOPLESS bar!"

Jude Said

  • Nicknames 2013-01-04 21:30:33-

    The checker at the store asked our always conversational little boy what his name was. He replied "Jude" then added "but sometimes they call me pumpkin brown". LOL.

    And they are right. We call him that after the folksong that we sing sometimes.

A long time ago…