Magical Motivation

Do you believe in magic?

Well, if you don’t want mass unicorn deaths on your hand, you best heed my advice:

Consider this a warning...

I tell ya, I am sick and tired of perfectly good food being wasted.

So I had to find a way to appeal to my youngest child’s sense of compassion for all of nature’s fine creatures.

Real or otherwise.

It’s not a mushy love note.

Short, sweet, and right to the point, it just states a simple fact.

A fact that may well be subject to opinion, but still.

I don’t care how old you are, killing mythological creatures is never cool.

So, for the love of God, shut up and eat your lunch.

A unicorn will thank you!

~Happy Friday! Hope you all have a magical weekend!~


42 thoughts on “Magical Motivation

    • Haha! I had actually written this note a little over a week ago, but I definitely did feel bad for poor Rainbow Unicorn. I hope Kool-Aid Man was able to fix him up and make him all better again… πŸ˜›


  1. Ha ha that is so fantastic. Did you really leave that note in your child’s school box?
    I really needed a laugh today. Moved to LA which is really great, and I’m feeling a little overwhelmed right at the moment with what’s going to happen next. Laughter and humor is so key!! (And I’m mostly grateful, just a little stressed right now)
    Have a great weekend! Blessings, Debbie

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    • Oh, but I did. That’s the beauty of being creative…Well, that, and having no shame. πŸ˜›

      Moving is always so overwhelming and stressful, but things will settle down and be less chaotic soon. Sending positive thoughts your way for a smooth transition! πŸ™‚

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  2. Very creative idea. My mom never had to resort to this–we got chopped ham on white with mayo, potato chips, homemade cookies, and a thermos of nice sugary Kool-aid, so the lunchbox always returned home on empty. πŸ™‚

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    • Cookies, Kool-Aid, and chips…oh my! No wonder your lunchbox was empty. πŸ˜€

      I do give my kids a treat in their lunch bags most days, but I’m sure overall, it greatly pales in comparison.

      I mean, what kind of horrible parent has the audacity to give their kids grapes?

      Or worse yet, carrots?

      Oh, that’s right.


      I do that. πŸ˜›

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