A little twist on the Why Not "Whens"day today.....
When my husband wants to do something a different way or wants to take the round-about way to the store, why can't I just smile and say "why not"?
When one of the kids wants me to do something with them and I already have my day all planned out, why can't I just laugh and say "why not"?
When a customer wants me to do something way outside my job description (like help them pick their paint color or curtains) why can't I be thrilled that they value my opinion and say "why not"?
When my dog is bouncing back and forth (note that this is a 120 lb. Rott and bouncing isn't an everyday action) because she wants to go for a ride, why can't I just jump in the car with her and way "why not"?
When will I realize that my "to do" list and my life can and should be more flexible and that I should often replace the words but, maybe later, I'd rather, or not now, with "WHY NOT"?