My husband, David and me are having some time off paid work this week. So, this morning after I had run the dogs out and we had all had breakfast we found us having an Executive Meeting (Mum And Dad sat having a cup of coffee together) to pre-plan (If you can actually do that) for the day. First thing on the agenda to discuss was the transitional functionality of our lawn mower. The lawn mower had broken the other day and David has now got the part to repair it today. He told me he would re-mobilize the lawn mower this morning, optimizing its output by incentivizing the children 110% in getting the lawns mowed before lunch.
Whilst David was synergizing the children I would leverage my talents getting the vacuum cleaner out and bring to the table my food technology skills. Then after lunch we would paradigm shift are attention to our children, move forward and tee off with an holistic approach to enabling them to operationalize their tents.
In other words my husband will be mowing the lawns and I will be doing the house work this morning whilst the children drive us crazey, without any exit strategy. Lol
Photos are from the meeting this morning attended also by Primrose's three pups and their Auntie Jessica. The holes in the knee area of David's trousers are not a fashion statement, but are from wear and tear.
27/8/2015 06:49:25 am
Glad you're doing some blue sky thinking and thinking outside the box!
27/8/2015 12:49:31 pm
After some robust dialog with dynamic, lateral, idea showers and cascading down the strategic staircase, we managed to not get the wrong side of the demographic.
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