This is one skill all kids with a driver's license NEEDS to know. You don't want them stranded somewhere. Don't laugh - this was one of the phone calls I got from my 17 year old son who was riding with his friend, whose car wouldn't start because they left the lights on when they went bowling. Which do I put on first - red or black? Watch and learn!
Not that you have a lot of people over - but I am thinking this may come in handy if you are trying to spread out your cake eating over a few days. It sounds better when you say I had a piece of cake, every day for 7 days - not I ate a third of it at one sitting.
Spending time together as a family around a campfire is a great time to tell some stories and break up the screen watching schedule. Be together, be warm, create some memories. Pick up marshmallows and chocolate bars and graham crackers while you are at it. S'mores are yummy!
So I have to tell you I didn't get this until I was in my thirties - and I happen to see it in a Martha Stewart Magazine. Even now I have to fold the fitted sheets in my house. They might not be as perfect as this person's but at least they fit in the linen closet.
When you can find them in the store you might as well scramble them up the best way you can. A hearty breakfast indeed. Or we always had a special "breakfast for dinner" night.
The streets are pretty empty - now is the perfect time to take a drive and try it. Gotta tell you - I parallel park better then my husband, so every time we drive to the city he makes me drive. If I can parallel park a Ford Flex in the city - you can learn how to do it out here in the suburbs.
Now your closet can look immaculate. How to iron you clothes done
That drip is driving you nuts - I know it. Get the supplies today to fix the leak.
No training wheels - here we come! Now that you have plenty of time to hang out in your own driveway this is a great opportunity to teach the young ones how to ride a bike. They will be super happy to be one of the "big kids"!
Being well-prepared in an emergency situation could make a big difference should you and your family ever find themselves in one. To help you prepare, here is a guide on how to put together your own DIY family evac pack. from DIY Network. I have to tell you after 9/11 I bought a hand can opener and still use it everyday instead of an electric one.