Way back in the 1990s, someone said to me, “If your home office printer isn’t working, just throw it out and go buy another. Nobody fixes them anymore.”
Ain’t that the truth? I buy a “4-in-1” printer for about $100 and when it stops working, into the dumpster (or recycling) it goes!
Too bad, actually, to waste all those plastic parts and metal pieces. But, it’s the “way of the world.”
Sadly, the world seems to view marriages as home office printers.
Not working? Get a new one! Too hard to deal with? Dump it! Not running smoothly? Upgrade!
Recently, our oldest offspring, Kristin, my co-speaker at QBQ, Inc. and a mom of three—posted a 2005 wedding photo on her 10th wedding anniversary.
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