Take, as an example (and mind that this is just one example), the barrage of post-it notes that accosted me last Saturday morning, when the parents had left me to fend for myself while they spent the weekend at the cottage:
|On the blueberries in the fridge|
|On the raspberries in the fridge|
|On the strawberries in the fridge|
|On the drawer in the bottom of the fridge, because sometimes the difficulty of oranges can be intimidating... or maybe because the bananas might be looking for a date...|
|On the bathroom counter, lest I forget to turn the fan on while I shower and cause moisture damage to the paint.|
|The Care and Feeding of a Loaf of Bread|
|On a rectangular foil-wrapped item that MIGHT be brownies - I haven't opened it yet; too risky.|
But you know what didn't make it on to a post-it note? "If you use more than a teaspoon of detergent in the dishwasher the ENTIRE KITCHEN FLOOR WILL BE COVERED WITH WATER IN 2 MINUTES."
So, yeah. That might have been post-it worthy, Mom.