If you happen to have a removable dental appliance, it is not wise to store both of these in the same bathroom drawer. Believe me, I know from experience. One of them just doesn't work.
If these three items are sitting on the counter, side by side, make sure you answer the one that says AT&T. Believe me, I know from experience. The other two will not work as a telephone device, no matter how long you hold them up to your ear and yell "Hello...hello...HELLO!"
Have you done anything really stupid this week?
I've been MIA the past few days, because it has been busy, busy, busy around here. First of all, we had a three day celebration for Mr. Granny's 76th. birthday. Thursday he and I ran away for a day of fun and food. Friday our daughters cooked him a birthday dinner. Tonight we took the family out for our April Birthdays Celebration Dinner. Every one of our family members (or their significant others) with a birthday in April, is invited, along with their families. We had nine in attendance tonight, with one birthday guy missing due to illness. The greatest thing about Mr. Granny's birthday is that I don't have to cook for three days in a row!
The weather decided to turn nice the past two days, so I did manage to get some gardening done. Today I got all the rest of my broccoli and cabbages planted, seeded a row of kale, a row of turnips, a double row of spinach, and a double row of radishes. I pounded six lengths of rebar into the edges of the spinach/kale/beet/turnip bed and put up two hoops. I cut and glued the center fitting to the third (middle) hoop, let it set a while, then tried to bend it onto the rebar....the glue failed, and one piece popped out. I reglued (brand new blue glue for PVC) and I'm letting it set overnight before I try it again. I may have to give up trying to tie the three hoops together using PVC fittings, and just zip tie a top bar to the hoops for stability. I need to get them done and get the netting on before the leaf miner flies appear!
I have to do something different with the lights in the mini greenhouse. Some of the tomatoes are so tall they are touching the lights now, so the upper shelf needs to be removed to make room for them. There's still 3-4 weeks left until they can be planted outside, and they are really large, sturdy plants right now.
I'll be ready with the egg shells when it comes time to plant the tomatoes. I've been rinsing them out and tossing them into a little bucket to dry, and yesterday I got them all out and ground them to a powder in the food processor. I'm planning on 12-14 plants this year, so I tossed in 14 aspirin tablets and a handful of outdated calcium tablets as well.