It's about having it together. Which I don't, so don't get excited. But I do know a few people who do, at least in some ways. I have a friend, let's call her Michelle. We both had babies around the same time. We would often do stuff together with our babies, like garage sales and stuff.
Well, Michelle was a walking supply cabinet. Someone would sneeze, and out would pop a kleenex. A kid would cry and a magical toy would appear. And as you can imagine, she had to always have one of these! (Tide to Go) sticks. Wow! Now, that is cool. It's taken a while for this organizing mommy to actually get out there and buy one. But now! now... I have one.
You should have seen me... I was sitting there in chapel Sunday morning. All of us were sitting in a big row, single file. Hymnals open, head covering on.. and... horror! a stain on my skirt! Normally, I would have just shifted the hymnal over my stain, but that day, I quickly grabbed my TIDE TO GO and used in on my skirt. Even before the second verse, the stain was quickly disappearing! VIOLA. gone. Was I a happy organizing mommy, or what?!!
And this has nothing to do with the price of tea in China, but here's a cool bike for a handicapped person. If I win it, it goes to Jonathan's family!
Here's a fun looking bike for all of those with special needs.