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Off-loading Zone Ed

Off-loading Zone Ed

by Gina Valley

Dear Family,

I’m excited to announce that today you’re all invited to an exciting, new continuing education workshop:

The Bathroom – The Official Behind The Scenes Tour

(Yes, pun is intended).

We have an amazing, fun day of informative classes planned for you, including:

  • An Empty Tube Is A Lonely Tube – Toilet Paper Installation 101
  • Flushing – Keep The Mystery Alive
  • Where To Put Mommy’s Keys – Places That Are NOT The ToiletHumor Funny Humorous Family Life Love Laugh Laughter Parenting Mom Moms Dad Dads Child Kid Kids Children Son Sons Daughter Daughters Brother Brothers Sister Sisters Grandparent Grandma Grandpa Grandparents Grandfather Grandmother Gina Valley Loo Bathroom Toilet Paper Flushing Keys
  • Toilet Paper:  Friend or Foe?
  • Completing The Job –How To Properly File Paperwork
  • What’s That Splashing Sound? – Toilet VS Waterfall
  • Be An Innie, Not An Outie – When To Lock The Door
  • Bathroom VS Dining Room – Why Your Food Should NOT Be In There With You, No Matter How Long You’re Planning To Stay
  • Soap – Not Just For Bubbles Anymore
  • A Flushed Toilet Is A Happy Toilet
  • Water Whisperer – How To Turn Off The Faucet
  • Stuffed Animals, Tonka Trucks & Mommy’s Keys – What NOT To Flush
  • No Snoring Allowed – Bathroom VS Bedroom
  • Rubbish Bin Operation – Use Permit NOT Required
  • Anatomy Of A Toilet – What’s That Lever For?

At the conclusion of our workshop, please convene in the living room for our latest seminar:

Mysterious Electrical Arts Or How To Turn Off A Light.

I’m looking forward to our time together!



Laugh Out Loud!


Be sure to enroll in Fridge Ed and Gooey Trash Ed to further your education.

Do you have any suggestions for our curriculum?   I’m looking forward to hearing all about it.  Quick – shoot me a comment before someone locks the cat in the bathroom with the water running.  Again.

4 Responses
  • Vinny C
    September 19, 2012

    I think I need to enroll my nephew & niece in this workshop.

    • gina valley
      September 19, 2012

      Everyone is welcome. I’ll save seats for them. 🙂