...the Life and Times of Karolyn Lewis.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

What I've learned this week...

1.  Shotguns and rifles, though neither are pistols, are different guns.  They use different bullets.  One uses a shiny, single bullet; the other a plastic one with many tiny bullets inside of it.  Don't ask me which uses what.  I am fascinated that I've lived over 30 years in the South without knowing this tidbit.  

2.  Lee, the man I've been married to for nearly 14 years, can't blow bubbles.  Didn't see that one coming, but it's true.  

3.  What I think about and focus on completely effects my day.  Probably a re-learn.

4.  Social networking can be a dangerous and hurtful thing--  making a few changes to the ol' facebook account.

That's about it, but it's only Wednesday; and I'm going crabbing tonight for the first time.  I don't know a thing about crabbing, but I'm fairly sure that neither a shotgun or a rifle is involved.  And I'm totally okay with that.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Karolyn - shotguns use the pellet bullets; rifles use the traditional ones. Bet you didn't think I would know that!