“Good to know” is a phrase I say a lot.
It’s one of those phrases that’s good to know, because you can say it in response to almost anything anybody says to you.
My friend Lawry, who is also good to know (here, here, and here), has used this good-to-know phrase in conversations: “That’s true, but not in the South.” I hope it’s good to know that Lawry, after reading yesterday’s post about our cat peeing in my bag, sent me a different good-to-know phrase via email: “Urine trouble, Oscar.”
It would be good to know if you have any all-purpose conversational responses you think are good to know.
Are any of my photos from yesterday good to know?
I hope it’s good to know that
- washing my bag totally removed the smell of Oscar’s pee,
- yesterday was the first day of spring,
- my manager wears very interesting ties, and
- Michael made skate with roasted red pepper sauce for dinner last night.
Michael, who does all the cooking and all the laundry around here, is definitely good to know.
It’s good to know all the people who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — YOU.