When I came up with this prompt–“instructions”–I was thinking about blowing my nose. It’s something I’ve known how to do for a very long time, but it’s one of the most difficult things to teach a kid.
Then I got to thinking about what we teach our kids when they’re young. Coming up with instructions for things we do without thinking takes a lot of thought, doesn’t it?
And even worse, asking them to do something without remembering that we have to teach them how first, and then feeling bad when we have to say, “No, no, no. That’s not how you do it.” Especially when the “it” involves something breakable.
Like the poor kid’s spirit. 😦
Personally, I love following instructions.
Knitting patterns are exciting!
Learning how to run a new program on the computer too, as long as the instructor doesn’t assume I know certain terms and things that are inherent in the basics, that I might have missed.
Kinda puts me right down there with the kid who just dropped a plate or something.
Okay, now I’m sad.
Here’s a picture I took of Winston tonight, to cheer us all up.
His itches aren’t completely gone, but he’s not scratching as much, which leads me to believe they were just leftover bites. Yay!
I do appreciate everyone’s suggestions, though. They gave me a brand new appreciation for the lengths people go to for their fur babies.
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