Did you like the joke? I planned so much, it was foolproof. It lacked attention and patience, the two key properties in a plan. I will tell you the recipe for a good plan.
Recipe for A Good Plan
1 cup of thinking
3 spoons of creativity
1 cups of good space
1000 ml of patience
6 liters of attention
5 gallons of positive thinking
Stir well until negativity lumps disappear.
To serve more, add 3 cups cooperation.
Mix a final time, and put in waiting oven until golden.
Take out of oven and sprinkle with laughter.
Sorry to stay up late, but I will be in bed by the time you’re done reading this.
PS. If you're daddy, forget the first part.
He had just played a practical joke on me: he put together the bed sheets to form a lump, so I would think he's in bed, sleeping, while he was hiding in the closet.
I have been trying to get him earlier into bed - but he figured out he'll solve the problem better using laughter, and he was right. How can you get upset (or even keep a straight face) when you read his explanation and then his well thought recipe?
Talking about his neat recipe he suddenly told me "I should start a blog and post these ideas! Can I?".
That's how I offered to be a guest-blogger here (until we figure out what he really wants to achieve on his own blog). His answer: "Really? Can I?!"
Yes, son, really - you absolutely can :) You're very welcome - and we'll have tons of fun, I know it!