Welcome Dear Readers! Today I thought it would be fun to share with you a synopsis of the book I’m thinking about writing called Linda’s Guide to Making Things Work.
Make whatever isn’t working work
Make whatever is working keep working
If anything quits working see chapter one
When something isn’t working try something else and see if that works
If trying something else didn’t work, try to remember how you made anything work in the first place and do that again
Take a Jack Daniel’s break
If you still can’t remember how you made anything work in the first place redefine the term “what is working”
Now everything should be working
See you were being far too hard on yourself
Now get out there and make it work!
And there you have it, Dear Readers, a synopsis of Linda’s Guide to Making Things Work, now get out there and make it work!
Until next time . . . I love you
10 thoughts on “Linda’s Guide to Making Things Work”
oh boy, you are so creative with your writing, this is funny
What a nice compliment. Thank you Chris!
I can’t wait until you write the sequel: Making it Work All Over Again.
Now that’s a sequel that is begging to be written!
I find that creative swearing often helps in getting things to work, and the cursing of the manufacturer to an eternity of putting their own furniture together makes me feel better…
I put a couple of chairs together. I did it all by myself and they are still standing, but for some reason I keep finding random screws on the floor next to the chairs. I’m too lazy to figure it out so I just throw them away. (If you ever come over to my house I’d recommend sitting on the couch.)
I CANNOT wait until this comes out.
I’ll rush you a copy as soon as I can make it work!
Wow, I can’t wait. It will be epic!
Sounds simple enough, but, does it stand up to the Murphy factor? Time will tell