Monday, September 17, 2007

Does it ever end?

Okay, so this isn't my house, but it feels like it.

I am looking at a sink full of dishes, a dishwasher that needs to be emptied, a checkbook that needs to be balanced, clothes that need to be folded, toys that need to be put away, floor that needs to be mopped, school papers that need to be gone through, coupon books that need to be delivered and clothes that need to be marked for the consignment sale. And all this needs to be done before Paul comes home in the morning or I will face his wrath. It's a good thing that I don't "work" for a living or I'd never have time to get it all done. ha ha.


Lianne said...

Being a stay at home mom is a full job and if anyone says diffrent their ignorant. I don't have any but I work with them and I know how hard it is to wrangle them and clean up the mess they leave behind.

Anonymous said...

You could use some help. Just because you are home during the day with pre-schoolers, doesn't classify you as everyone's maid. When you get to the new home, have duties assigned to everyone and enforce them. (talk to Paul about what he might do to help with his things (messes) and see if you two can work out something). I didn't do this because I was too picky about the quality of my daughters' work. I should have just let you do it your way and kept quiet about it. Sorry about that.. 20 years late.