Day 3556: Strike while the iron is hot

I’m going to strike while the iron is hot and immediately share the meaning of that idiom.

I like to strike while the iron is hot and right now I’m trying to figure out how to take advantage of a travel opportunity with free airfare, which is expiring on June 30.

Striking while the iron is hot can be

  • adventurous,
  • effective,
  • ineffective,
  • fun,
  • anxiety-provoking,
  • smart,
  • dangerous (ouch! hot iron!)
  • invigorating, and/or
  • exhausting.

Let’s strike while the iron is hot and look at my images for today.

On National Logistics Day, I’m trying to strike while the iron is hot to figure out the logistics to make this trip work.

When I strike while the iron is hot on YouTube, this is what I find:

Finally, I’m going to strike while the gratitude iron is hot and thank all who help me create this daily blog, including YOU!

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10 thoughts on “Day 3556: Strike while the iron is hot

  1. Ooh,! Free airfare! Can’t wait to see where you will go.

    What a beautiful rainbow you had.

  2. Ann,
    Love the pictures of the rainbow! What exhausts me? Don’t even get me started. I’m already exhausted and the day isn’t even half done! What exhausts me is too much and not enough. Mona

  3. Debbie T

    I love the comment phone call anxiety. I laughed so hard.
    And nice rainbow!

  4. I hope you find somewhere fun to get away to! What exhausts me lately is Covid. But I’m making my way through it. Thankfully you brought me a few needed laughs today, so thanks for the lift.

  5. I don’t know where you’re going but you’ve got a wonderful place to go home to.

  6. hope you are soon up and away! I am not a fan of phone calls and love the solution you offered. what exhausts me? mean people and those who do not listen.

  7. May you land and return on time and refreshed, Ann.

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