Amy Rees Anderson

Easier Said Than Done

Today’s post is a guest post from my daughter Ashley. She said if I stayed up late to watch a movie with her tonight she would write a blog for me so here it is:

“Buttery Flakey Crust”

For those of you who haven’t seen this video of a commercial being made, please take a moment to do so. I promise you, you will not regret it (and be sure to watch the wife’s face the more her husband messes up his lines):

Though this is absolutely hilarious, there are two mains points to it.  

#1: Dysart’s chicken pot pies have a buttery flakey crust.

 #2: We can be so quick to get after others for messing up or not doing something how we want them to, but when we try to do it ourselves… it’s not so easy.

Though this lesson is simple, it’s quite profound. During this holiday season, let’s ease up on each other and try to put ourselves in their shoes. And when something doesn’t work out how we thought it would, laugh a little.

~Ashley (Amy Rees Anderson’s daughter)

 

1 Comment

  • Abukar barre elmi says:

    you are very good person you gave me a good advice starting from now i will not revenge anyone even if they talk behind me because there is a lot of double sided and crue people in this world i have come to realised that the best way to revenge is not to give attention about what they are saying againest you thanks alot

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