Project #9

The next time you or somebody else breaks a glass in your home, instead of throwing out the smashed pieces, collect the remnants, carefully clean them, and then place them in a jar. Then, label the jar with the time and date that the glass broke, what you (or whoever) had been drinking, who was in your home, the occasion (possibly a birthday party, maybe just “hanging out,” most likely “drinking a glass of water — I was thirsty”), exactly how the glass broke, and of course, the name of the person who broke it. Then, put the sealed and labeled jar on a shelf.

A glass that breaks during a party is the best kind to save. After all, it isn’t really a party until something gets broken.

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