Monday, November 14, 2011

Pure Genius


Somewhere....


                out there.......


                                    .......there are kind-hearted souls who have compassion on those who are left-handed. 



We lefties may be few in number, but it's nice to know that somebody's looking out for us.  So, whoever you are.... thank you.   :)




Pure genius.


This was a fun post to write!  haha ;)  Any other lefties out there?



14 comments:

  1. I love impulsive and short blog posts!!! :D this put a big smile on my face. :)

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  2. I'm a rightie but I'm right footed which (apparently) is not normal. (I know this from some of my skateboarding friends if your dominate foot is your right foot your goofy footed).

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  3. I'm left-handed! :) And very proud of it! ;) Those spoons ARE a genius idea!

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  4. Yes! I'm here. (as I am raising my left hand)
    Being a left-handed mother, I have successfully guided my right-handed family into my left-handed world, well mostly. :)

    Did they have a left-handed ladle? Pouring punch with a right-handed ladle can be disastrous.

    Fun post, Lauren!

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  5. I grew up in a family where 4 out of 5 people were left handed. It is very interesting how you can learn to do things right handed if you have to. We too integrate others to do things right handed in this house like using the mouse. Both Jim and Joseph use the mouse with their left hand.

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  6. Hi Lauren! I don't know if you accept blog awards or not, but I have given you two over at my blog.

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  7. Hey, this is so cool! One of my uncles is a lefty, and loves to cook. The other week I ate dinner there, and he was saying how he wished he had a left-handed wooden spoon! :) Good thing his boys like to woodwork, they can make him one. :)

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  8. Cute post, Lauren!!! :-) I'm left handed too!!!!:-) :-) :-)

    ~Kaylee

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  9. It's looking like Emma is going to follow in your footsteps and be a lefty. =)

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  10. I'm a lefty! Do you knit right or left handed? I knit left handed. (P.S. tell your mom I'm working on another hat-with her pattern-)

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  11. HAHA made my morning. Funny how it doesn't show the price for right handed spoons... (plz check out my blog @ http://frombehindthepulpit.blogspot.com and leave a comment or choose a reation or maybe even follow!)

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  12. Love it! I am a left handed and love it:). One time I found a book called "the left-handed book". It was super cute:).

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  13. Fun post! I'm left-handed and think it's really fun. :) Because when you meet another leftie, you've got a common thing from the start! :)

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  14. BTW- It's fun to see what some lefties do in the ''right'' way! I knit right handed, bat for baseball right-handed. Which reminds me of a funny story. Our friends' father taught each of his children baseball, but he bats left handed, so he taught each of them to bat left-handed. The first 4 are right-handed. When the 5th son was born, the mother insisted that the Dad teach at least this child to bat correctly. So he did. And as it turns out, that boy is the only leftie in the family, and he bats right-handed! :)

    I must admit a ladle for left-handed people WOULD be handy!

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