Ten things I learned from my parents

March 29, 2010 § 1 Comment

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1.  How to brush my teeth.

2.  How to make a budget.

3.  How to live on a budget.

4.  How to pack, move cross country, paint, unpack,  and decorate in 3.25 weeks.

5.  How to foxtrot.

6. How to drink coffee like you can’t get through the day without it.

7.  How to make homemade corn chips.

8.  How to trust God amidst difficulty.

9.  How to serve the church.

10.  How to continue learning (and reading) through your adult life.

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§ One Response to Ten things I learned from my parents

  • Rondi Lauterbach says:

    Ok, I can’t resist commenting on this one. You can only unpack, paint, and hang pictures in 3.25 weeks if you have a friend like Joy LaCombe who flies across the country to help you. And, yes, I can’t get through the day without coffee…is that a problem? mom

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