If you could “un-invent” one thing in the world so that it would no longer exist, what would you choose?
Monday morning you usually waking up thinking:
Do you find it easy to ask for help? Why or why not?
I’m thrilled to see that Lisa has started putting these out early for us. That makes it so much easier!
So, what would I un-invent? That’s a difficult one, because even the most horrible inventions generally have some good use. It becomes a question of deciding where the bad outweighs the good. Sarin then, maybe. At least, it would have to be something on that level.
As for what I usually think on Monday mornings, it’s not fit to print, even in my blog, LOL! Let’s just smile and say, “oh, Monday.”
Asking for help is definitely not my strong suit. And when I say “not my strong suit”, I do have a tale to tell, of course. One day (quite a while back), I opened one of the drawers in my kitchen, and the drawer front came off in my hand. I asked dh to fix it, and he forgot and so I had a front-less drawer for quite awhile, because I had asked dh to fix it once, and I hate asking for help, and he didn’t get to it, and repair is his responsibility, and etc. Frontless drawer. For over a year. Yeah. So, finally, I got the two pieces of drawer front and the glue, and I put the first piece on. The second piece attaches with the cabinet handle, which for some reason was not on the drawer front anymore. Huh??? So, I scoured the area where the drawer front had been for all this time, and the drawer handle is there, but not the screws to hold it on. Still. So now I have a handle-less, only partially fronted kitchen drawer that I have to open by sticking my fingers in to the sides and pressuring it out, all because I would not ask dh AGAIN to fix the drawer. I get to live without proper cabinet hardware, because I won’t ask for help. Yay me.