"Everything is held together with stories. That is all that is holding us together, stories and compassion."
I was thinking, what would this post be like without the visuals? Interesting.Kevin
Oh I do the same thing! And I put both ends in a ziploc bag until I use all the product up. Your short slice made me chuckle. I wonder what Kevin imagined without the images?
Haha! I do the same thing - my kids laugh at my thriftiness.I love how you took an everyday object to slice today and yes the picture helped make it work!
So much in so little. What we learn, habits we form.
Glad to know I'm not the only one to cut off the end of the tube to scoop out that last bit. I use butterfly clips to close the top until it's alllll gone.
Depression era habits... incomprehensible to some nowadays.
Ha! I cut the tops off, too. Teachers don't have the money to waste product.
Clever! And don't you hate it when you know there is stuff in there and you can't get it out? I give up on the tube of toothpaste LONG before my husband does. I buy a new one and move on, while he toughs it out and gloats for days or even weeks! :-)
I have never seen this before! Now I will have to do it with every tube for the rest of my days.
Ha!!! Nothing tortures me more than a bottle of spray that conks out with half of the liquid in there. :)Bonnie K
I totally do that! I hate to throw it away if I can tell there's stuff still in there! :-)
I have never seen this before, but it totally reminds me of my mom! Lovely post! I like the combination of short phrases and images.
I do this too! Also with toothpaste!