When did life become so dangerous?
I mean, when I was a child, we’d go on a ride in my father’s car and no one would have a seatbelt on, there were no airbags, and the bumpers were made out of steel… Doctors smoked in their office, and children had the right to bring peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to school!
And we survived!!
It amazes me that we all did, because, let’s face it, we had NO IDEA how dangerous living was. And thank God, there are people to keep us safe, now!
You might have read about how I recently discovered the dangers of brewing coffee. I didn’t mind that too much, because I don’t drink coffee anyway.
My life was put at stake again, this week, and this time, it was a close call!
I had bought some kleenexes (see above picture) for the office. I figured it would be convenient since I occasionally have to blow my nose, and I spend most of my time at work…
The day we had our (not so) mega snow storm, I got to the office with a runny nose (mine to be specific). When I sat at my desk, I reached for the kleenex pack, thanking myself for buying it, and I almost did the undoeable.
But my eagle eyes caught a detail, just in time.
Did you know that tissues had an expiration date? Yeah, me neither!
I don’t get how paper can be ”not good anymore”… But I am no scientist. If they put a date, it MUST be for a good reason!
And I was about to wipe my nose with a kleenex that wasn’t good going back to November 7th 2017!!!!
No wonder there are so many people dealing with anxiety. Life has become way too dangerous…