May 3, 2012
Let's keep with yesterday's texting theme and check out some conversation between me and my teenage daughter.
Beth: please check to see if your transcript is ready.
Beth: Please turn on the fan when you get home, it's extra hot today.
Daughter:Transcript will be ready tomorrow
Daughter: Yeah. Rosalie gave me a cupcake. It's her birthday.
Hey I just found my iPod under the covers in my bed.
Beth: Don't nap you'll be up all night.
Daughter: I'm a teen we nap.
Beth: don't eat cupcakes in your bed.
Beth: I left you a note of fun things to do.
Beth: What kind of cupcake?
Daughter: Vanilla with chocolate frosting.
Daughter: Do we have any 9 volts?
Beth: I don't think so, look in the white cabinet.
Beth: does the house smell good?
Beth: Great, please turn the crock pot on low.
Daughter: I can't I'm napping
She Buzz Words:
Right now She could be:
Decorating a baby's room
Searching for hand sanitizer
Weeding the garden
She could be a:
"Sunscreen ruins my nail polish."
She Phone Starter:
"If she could do her wedding over would she?"
When she's driving, her foot is connected to her wallet. Here
are some tips to help keep her wallet and gas tank full:
Keep tires properly inflated.
Use the vehicle manufacturer's recommended grade of
Cut the number of miles; really look at public transportation options
Eliminate quick starts, speeding, and rapid breaking.
Clear the junk from the trunk.
The U.S. government has retooled its consumer site, www.fueleconomy.com, with more tips for driving more effectively.
The website www.DriveSmarterChallenge.org allows consumers to plug in the type of car they drive and determines how six different changes in driving or maintenance can save them in cash.
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