Joined 7 years ago
A husband learns early in life that when a new grandchild is born your mother in law is coming to train, teach, and verbal oodles and ayahs over a new born sibling of their descent. It teaches you a "Rope to Know" and just get out of the way and let the new mother and the new mom do their thing. Be ready cause when she leaves life will have changed, responsibility, responsibility! My bride was on time to the wedding but after 34 years that was the last thing she was ever on time too and we got married at 11:00AM. I can recall sitting in the car with my granddad waiting on my "Granny" et al before we would leave for a shopping trip. "The Ropes to Know" not a thing you can do about it other than to learn patience! Everything you do in life is a learning process. How to parallel park for the first time, but once you accomplish it, you do not forget. How to write a check but with debit cards and the information age those are becoming a thing of the past. During WW II people got the news sitting around one centralized radio, then a Black and White TV with 3 stations and you had to get up from the couch to change the channels and an operator to transfer your call on a party line. Then came the remote, the computer, and now the cell phone. It takes videos that you can send thru the airways at the click of a button. I wonder where all those 8mm films are and too bad for a household name like Kodak. We are learning at a faster pace than ever before and getting Adult ADHD and Carpal Tunnel along with the way. The human race is on overload. this blog hopefully can be of assistance by slowing down the pace in reference to "The Ropes to Skip and Ropes to Know" So new ideas, the latest gadgets and things may come a little easier to you and avoid informational overloads.
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