Like any good engineering, improving my bucket mousetrap was not complicated or expensive. The most important thing was to be creative. I love being married to an engineer who enjoys problem solving and inventing.
I like to think a tiny bit has rubbed off on me and helped me think outside the box more. This newest version of the bucket mousetrap was a joint brainstorm, but my engineer came up with the key features that made it possible. Watch the video below to see what we did:
At this point, I’ll probably go out and dribble some maple syrup on it instead. I kind of like the sound of, “We killed them with peanut butter and maple syrup.” Don’t you?