Saturday, January 3, 2009

How to Succeed in Saving Without Really Trying

Everybody nowadays seems to be finding ways to cut costs or "go green."

I thought I'd share one of our family's tips with you all this morning.

Ways to Save Money in 2009, ed. 001

Make sure your one-year-old doesn't know how to turn on the faucet in your master bath garden tub. That way, the water won't run all day long, and you'll save bundles on your utility.

I know, I know. Profound wisdom this morning. I'm sure you'll come up with some way to repay me for this brilliant insight.

Happy Saturday, interpeeps.

7 comments:

Sarah said...

Oh no! Hopefully the mops were close by!

abbywoz said...

I'm sorry, but that made me chuckle! Maybe he wanted his waterwings & was getting ready to go for a dip. He's just so darn cute!

Kendra said...

HA!! Noted.

TresNinos said...

LOL That would be a good starting point. He's exploring! :)

Michelle Burdick said...

That was so cute! LOL! At least now you know he know how to turn on the water!!!

Jeanette "Frogster" said...

cute and scary - it's never good when they figure out how to turn the water on. I always worry about drowning and such...
my son figured out another money saver - he keeps taking his diaper off! Apparently he is appalled at the amount of money we waste on non-environment-friendly paper products. If I had known he was going to go green, I wouldn't have bought that mega-pack of Huggies from Costco...

jennifer said...

That is so funny! At least he doesn't know how to close the drain!!