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Words of Wisdom

I have something shocking to say that will surprise you all: I do stupid things.

I’m also a klutz.

For those that know me and follow me on Facebook and Twitter, you all know this is true. There is no denying it. Even my mother would agree with me on this. In fact, we were just talking about it a couple of weeks ago. Basically, I do these stupid things so that you all won’t have to and can learn from my mistakes.

I share these little pearls on Facebook and Twitter all the time, but I thought I would start sharing them here and give a little backstory if need be. The posts won’t always be very long, but they will be funny.

Here is the most recent one:

Words of Wisdom for the day: that bottle of water does not go in the freezer. Well, it can, but if you were aiming for the fridge and not the freezer, you should really take your nose out of that book you were reading and watch what you’re doing.

Pretty self-explanatory here, but I was going to the kitchen to fix breakfast, and took a half bottle of water that was on my desk to put in the fridge. I was engrossed in an ebook, so I carried the bottle and my iPad with me. I was concentrating on what I was reading that I didn’t pay attention, opened the freezer door and stuck the bottle inside. I started to close it when I realized what I had done. Whoops!

I’m not sure how often I’ll post these. I do manage to go a few days without doing something stupid once in a while, but it’s rare. I’ll share some of the old ones with you, too.

We don’t want a bunch of people around doing stupid things like me, do we?

Until the next time,

Queen Klutz

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