We all have happy words

By Mir
September 14, 2009
Category Hot Hot Hot!

Right now we’re busy trying to teach the dog her name. “Licorice!” we call, all happy and peppy, hoping she’ll respond. She doesn’t quite get it, yet. On the other hand, she has clearly already learned the word “treat.” You say that, and she gets very excited.

Similarly, all you have to say to my husband is “Dremel” to get his ears to perk up. I don’t know why; I, personally, have never needed a Dremel, but he insists it’s a terribly useful thing to have. And I guess he would know. So if you’re in the market for one, check out this refurbished Dremel Multi-Max kit at Buy.com today. It’s just $69.99 shipped, and I’m pretty sure my husband’s Dremel cost a lot more than that.

(By the way, my happy word is “chocolate.” I know, total shock.)


  1. You can use a Dremel to trim your NEW DOG’s nails. That is basically what those “Pedi Paw” things are: Dremel tools.

    (I have not been reimbursed for this endorsement by Otto *or* Dremel.)

  2. Jodi beat me to it! Trimming nails is pretty much the only thing we use our dremel for.

  3. I’ve used my husband’s Dremel more than he has lately. I’ve trimmed down a closet organizer that was just a few inches taller than the ceiling and cut a couple of spice racks in half. I love my cordless screwdriver more, but the Dremel is cool.

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