Hubby Tony is helping to organize an event at church that will take place next month. Last week he created a registration form and submitted it to the office for publication. When I opened up the bulletin on Sunday his form was on the bottom half of the left middle page. I know he hopes everyone will register right away, but just in case the form will also appear on the parish website, and for the next few weeks he'll have extra copies in the office and church vestibule. He's making it easy for people to sign up!
This afternoon I did a double take when he walked in the door carrying a huge stack of church bulletins. I asked him what was going on; he said he realized that instead of making copies he could take his form out of the extras that were going to be recycled. That would save money and be 'green'.
After dinner he left for a meeting. I was looking for a mindless activity to do, and decided to help him out by tearing out the page he needed. Soon I had an assembly line going. First, open the bulletins and lay them face down. Next, rip the whole thing in half. Put the correct page in one pile and put the rest in another. Repeat. I was almost done with the job when Tony got home. With his help the job was finished quickly.
Now all he has to do is cut each page in half and put the copies in the right places.
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