The minute I read this question!
Surprises should be avoided in life and if you see one coming run the other way. Unfortunately we do not always have that option. For example I read this question before I could stop myself and it is impossible, so far as I know, to 'un-read' a question, unless you close one eye and read it upside down perhaps. That might work. Let me try it....
Aha! I have been un-surprised by the question! My method works. I no longer stick to my first answer to the question. Indeed, I am no longer surprised by the question, nor do I even recall what it is.
Do I hear the dinner bell?...must go.
About 2 days ago. Husband had partial knee replacement and we got a bill for $30,000! The surprise came when I found out we had an out-of-pocket maximum on our insurance which will be very helpful in not having to pay out our entire savings--I was pleasantly surprised.
My wife is really sweet and she makes sure I keep getting pleasant surprises all the time
by Cagsil 6 years ago
Hey Hubbers,Every so often it happens, but it does happen.I'll cook a meal and as you begin to eat the meal, you realize you've managed to cook your entire meal to perfection.Last night I decided to have Corned Beef for dinner today and when I got up this morning, after taking care of personal...
by Brenda Trott, M.Ed 6 years ago
I'm looking for questions you had as a new parent. What didn't you think about until you need the answer? What questions did you think you knew the answers to and then realized you need more information?
by Sarita Harbour 7 years ago
Which of your hubs has been a surprise "blockbuster"?
by Dreamer at heart 5 years ago
Where did you find Vintage clothing?
by Sp Greaney 3 months ago
Where did you go on your last holiday?
by Ana Maria Orantes 4 years ago
What kind of bird did you see last time . You were out of your house.The last time, I saw a bird. It was on an avocado's tree. It was a blue jack. Also, I saw a big vulture with her chicks.
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