What I learned in September

(And August too, just to be honest.)
The best landscaping company name is already taken: “Scottlyn Yards.” I can’t tell but I assume the owners are a couple named Scott and Lynn and they go around mowing yards and such. Occasionally they will unearth a crime and solve it together, and then go home and play their violins. I really hope that’s true.
Another small business one: There is a local company that bakes cakes and delivers them in a blinged-out hearse. I drove by it one day. The cakes are “to die for.” Oh my.
The initials “L. L.” in “L. L. Bean” stand for.. “Leon Leonwood.” This discovery happened to catch me in a funny mood, I kept laughing about it all day.
There are mini triscuits. For me this is a game-changer as far as liking triscuits is concerned.
On a more serious note: Be more excited to see people. Last month one of the pastors of my church and his wife were killed in a tragic car accident, and as I keep thinking about their lives and their example, that is one little thing that stands out. They always went overboard with showing people that they cared SO much.
Lastly, in the “extra features” on DVD’s, there should be a special recorded get-well message from the cast. Because the time we watch the special features is when we are sick and too tired to get up and change the DVD. Or maybe that’s just me. Either way I would appreciate a nice “get well soon!” video.
Linking up with Emily & a lot of other fun people to share things we’ve learned recently- silly things, big things, whatever. It is pretty fascinating to read what others are discovering in an “everyday” kind of way.


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