Little Tree, Big Pot, Recent Interview, and . . .Tissues?

little treeThe little Christmas tree I bought in December and blogged about HERE has been uprooted from its pretty mini ceramic home and transplanted into a larger pot.

I don’t think it’s grown much and it sheds a great deal, but my tiny tree is still very much alive. I’m looking forward to planting it in the yard once the snow goes away and the ground has thawed. With the large amount of snowfall we’ve had this year so far in New Hampshire, though, this may not happen until June or July! I’ll keep you posted.

RECENT INTERVIEW
If you haven’t heard it yet, check out my recent interview with Stanley Bronstein of http://superchangeyourlife.com. While you’re on his site, you’ll also want to find out how he’s committed to helping others empower and improve their lives.

Okay, now onto the tissue subject:

Tissues1DID YOU KNOW?
Were you aware that some tissue boxes signal you when the box is almost empty by changing the color of the tissues inside it? You probably did, but believe it or not, this is something I found out about only last week. And even though I may be one of the last to know, it was an amazing discovery. I just love learning new trivial things! I’m even thinking of having Jean discover it for herself in my next Jean and Rosie series novel being released later this year. (I’m in the process of writing it now.) LOL

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3 Responses to Little Tree, Big Pot, Recent Interview, and . . .Tissues?

  1. MaryAnn says:

    I love that you were thrilled to learn about the tissues! I inspected hotels for 10 years and learned lots of trivia like that and enjoyed doing so. Now my head is filled with such stuff and I worry that it’s taking up all my brain power now that I’m not working at that job any longer 🙂

    Excited to hear you are working on a new book, thanks for that update! Good luck with your Christmas tree! We tried one year and ours just died fast so I hope yours gives you years of pleasure.

    • Cathy says:

      Thanks, MaryAnn. I will keep everyone up-to-date on the little tree. I’m amazed it’s lasted this long.
      As for the tissues, I just had to share this. It’s a trivial thing, but reminds me how much there still is out there to discover. Knowing that makes me feel like a kid again! 🙂

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