I suppose it is a good thing. Never tried it. Don't want to.
I like motherhood when it is teamed with statement, a motherhood statement. In fact, just yesterday I managed to finish last Thursday's newspaper and I came across a humdinger, a letter to to the editor written by one Mr Rob Kemp. It warned of the dangers of mixing your car with a a large train. Well, who would have thought that!
Who would have thought that it was dangerous to be in front of an approaching train? Yet, so many do end up to be victims of trains, it seems such motherhood statements need to be read and reinforced.
It was a sensible letter and I wish I could find a link to it (stick one in comments if you have it Rob). If it makes one person think a bit more before doing something silly, then it is worth Mr Rob Kemp's efforts.
Speaking of letter writers, it is sad to hear that Constance E. Little, formerly of Swan Reach, latterly somewhere else, has reached an age where she is not refilling her pen with Swan Ink anymore. Almost as sad as when Charlotte Hartwig of St Kilda, another prolific letter writer to the paper, died.