On the flight down to my island office, I finished a book that my cousin gave me when I was in CO. Knowing the source of the gift, I was a little leery about what it was or what it had to say. Actually turned out to be pretty good. May be the first book I have completed in four years. Easy read due to the decent author humor and more importantly the large number of pictures. I think more authors should buy into the thought that a picture is worth a thousand words. I’d probably read more if they did.
Anyways, with all of the knowledge that this practical book could impart, I felt the following may be one of the most important.
‚Ä¶To test the 5-second rule, they had to spread E. Coli bacteria on floor tiles and drop food directly on them. And, yes, the food was contaminated within five seconds. So the lesson here is this: If your baby drops something into a pile of poop don’t give it back to him, no matter how quickly you pick it up.
Sound like wise words. Thank goodness the author decided that words were better than a picture on this one.