Trying to unlock anything in today's society tends to usually have
it's obstacles. Being over 40 and also bipolar certainly doesn't
When I get up early the previous night's meds are still having an
effect on me. I also haven't been able to bring myself to wear a pair
of bifocal glasses. This means my glasses tend to spend some time on
I was up preparing my boyfriends lunch pack. Shouldn't be a problem.
It's usually something that gets me functioning and ready to face the
day ahead with somewhat of a clear mind.
The other mornings reseal package was more than any human could
possibly tackle though. I cut it open on the perforated line per
manufacturers directions. I got down to the zipper but their was no
way I could see to get in that package of meat.
I called my boyfriend in desperation finally. Of course he's also
in this early morning bipolar haze. He tried and said "get two
pair of pliers!!!" I replied "pliers? hell, we need a kid
for this operation!!" However I got the pliers and we attempted
to gain entry in to this package. No luck. We pulled and yanked
without success. The seal wouldn't budge. We did get a morning workout
We finally gave up and cut the zipper off. Finally! Access to this
thing. We had meat out in the open air! The bag would never reseal
again but I could make his sandwich. I finished his lunch. Didn't use
a zip lock bag for the sandwich but the rest of his lunch was secured
in a lot of these safe vacuum sealed, safety containers.
One does wonder how we made it through life before all these all
reseal and safety packages were available.