>New learnin’s

>You know how you learn something from someone else, and it’s basically a theory in your head, because you’ve never seen it happen in the real world? Like when you teach a child that the stove is hot, but they don’t think about it until they accidentally touch it. Then they learn experientially to stay away from the stove.

I learned something new this week. I learned it as head knowledge years ago as something that ancient civilizations would do to damage other cultures, but this week I really learned it. After you are done making homemade ice cream, don’t pour the rock salt/ice mixture out on the grass! It will kill the grass deader than dead. We tried to go out and pick up the rock salt that was lying on the grass, but enough of it had leached into the ground to sterilize it. Anybody know how to unsterilize ground?


About Steve Picray

I have been many things, but right now I am a registered nurse attempting to pay off my debt so that, God willing, I can be a pastor again someday. I have a wife and three kids. I am a conservative Christian (of the Baptist variety). This blog is about me: the things that happen to me, the things that interest me, and the things that bother me. If you have a question, just e-mail me at spicray AT gmail DOT com. God Bless!
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One Response to >New learnin’s

  1. Bunniehop says:

    >I think you may have to transplant the soil and everything. Everywhere that I’ve read about it says not to dump it on grass because nothing will grow there for a very long time. How big of a spot did you cover?

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