Cashier Slipped Note To Couple, Shocked At Request

Kolbie Sanders was starving after getting off work, so she swung by the first place she found  open at 1 a.m. to get a bite to eat. As she waited in line, she happened to notice the cashier slip the customers in front of her a note. She caught what it said and was shocked by the employee’s admission and what happened after.

Sanders said she watched as the couple in front of them tried to order, but the cashier seemingly ignored them with a smile, until passing the two a note. “The girl ordered her food and the cashier just looked at her, smiled, and very faintly said ‘I am deaf, can you please talk slower.’ The girl lit up and said ‘oh, of course!’” Sanders explained, but that didn’t seem to work. So, he slid a paper across the counter with instruction for them to write their order down. The two did so without hesitation or complaint, despite the amount of time the transaction took.

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How to Purge Your Inner Hoarder

How to Purge Your Inner Hoarder

Hacking through a winter’s worth of clutter is one of spring cleaning’s more aggravating tasks. Tackling overgrown mounds of winter coats or heaps of dusty old magazines can be tough enough, but if your storage space is severely limited, finding a place to put it all can be nearly impossible.

  • Toss It – If you haven’t used something in more than two years, there’s a good chance you never will. Toss it, donate it to charity or put it in deep storage.
  • Shrink It – You’ve probably seen the ads for the vacuum seal storage bags on TV. Stuff in a bunch of pillows and blankets, seal it up and then suck out the air with your vacuum cleaner. For plush items like blankets, pillows and winter clothes, you can reduce your storage needs by 75 percent. In addition to saving space, the bags have hygienic benefits, too, protecting your stuff from dampness and dust mites.
  • Think Horizontal – Most people make poor use of out-of-the way floor space. The areas under beds, couches or small crawl spaces either go unused. Label containers for quick access and reserve easy-to-reach spaces for frequently used items.
  • Think Vertical -If the top shelf of your closet has become a disorganized dumping ground for all manner of junk, you’re not making good use of your vertical space, either. By adding a few extra storage units to your shelf, you can not only get your mess under control, but add extra feet of storage space to your closet. And by buying easily stackable, modular units, you can expand your storage as your space needs grow.

And you can apply this same principle to your garage. Simply invest in a few heavy-duty hooks that you can sink into your garage’s rafters to get bikes and other large items out of the way.

You’re Right

You’re Right

Power Thought: “If you think you can, you can. And if you think you can’t, you’re right.” Mary Kay Ash

“You must never, even for a second, let yourself think that you can fail,” said Mr. Ford. “Our first principal is that failure is impossible. You may not get what you’re trying to do right the first time or the second time or the tenth time or the 100th time, but if you shut out of your mind the possibility of being licked, then you are bound to win.” Henry Ford

“If you think you can, you will. If you think you can’t, you won’t.” Sul Ross

Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.
Whether you believe you can do a thing or not, you are right.
If you think you can or think you can’t, either way you are right.
If you think you can or think you can’t, you’re probably right.