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The Height of Creativity

What do two teachers, who’ve spent thirteen hours at work, decide to do when they run into a bit of a snafu while dropping a car off for repair late at night?

They do what all good teachers do.

They improvise.

With a little ingenuity, Barb and I managed to subvert the dealership’s attempt to lessen their workload (by not leaving envelopes for owners’ keys) and used a Midol box, which I found in my purse, Post-It notes (also found in my purse), and her ponytail holder to fashion together a key-holder…

I’m thinking that someone is probably going to get a good laugh out of this in the morning…

And that Barb might get her car fixed a lot more quickly than she otherwise would have.

After all, you don’t mess with a woman who’s out of Midol…

Or two teachers so full of creativity.


One Response

  1. One word – MavGyver !

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