Sunday, December 10, 2006

Savin' Money

As most of you know, we are buying a house. And this means we will need to start being more responsible with our money. Well, I like to be proactive so this morning I started considering ways to cut back and make things last longer.

While doing this I thought of one way to save water. The phrase "If it's Yellow let it mellow, if its Brown, flush it down" instantly popped into my noggin and I thought of how many flushes we really use just on pee.

Then my mind began to wander and I thought, "Does that work for the color blind?" Well, I assume it does but just in case I made up a colorless version of that lovable limerick.

"If it's water, let it sit. Only flush it when its..."

Well, you get the idea.

That is all,

Newt

2 Ripples in the pond:

Thomas said...

If you want to pro-active on the saving, you might want to stop buying board games like Mouse Trap! You should try buying Domino Rally instead...

Trinity said...

Actually, if I bought Domino Rally then I would be being reactive as that game involves dominoes falling down after something hits them. Mouse Trap is proactive because it builds a trap to catch the mice before they get the cheese.