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Sunday, April 30, 2006

You Know When I Have Too Much Time On My Hands

Or I'm tired and getting giddy. In this case, the girls are all still gone and I'm putting off the job of putting laundry away.

From Zay N. Smith - Chicago Sun-Times - Quick Takes today.

Blogged out

Blog Item: "Raining cats and blogs . . ."

Blog Item: "Blah humblog!"

Blog Item: "Blogatistas, here's a couple of stories . . ."

Stop it.

Stop it now.

And then there's this for all of us everywhere

Bumper Sticker of the Month (from the KGB Report at www.kgb .com): "I CHILDPROOFED MY HOUSE, BUT THEY STILL GET IN."

11 comments:

Beth said...

I LOVE the bumper sticker.

Mary P. said...

I have that bumper sticker, but it's a fridge magnet. It's up there with "M is for Mother, not for Maid", and "I was put on this planet to embarrass my teenagers in front of their friends". Heeheehee...

ipodmomma said...

wow, blogging has really made the mainstream... :)))

rainy here tonight- how is it there?

have a good one!

Dem Soldier said...

Lol on the bumper sticker....

JBlue said...

I am queen of finding ways not to put laundry away.

Crafty little rascals when it comes to getting back in, aren't they? Actually, mine are still learning not to run in and out (drives me batty).

Turtle Guy said...

Universal, I think it is! Laundry is that eternal bear... some days I'm in the zone and it's a way to productively relax... other days, it's simply another thing in the way.

Hmm... question is, are the kids still getting in at 30?

Meow said...

I am always finding ways to not put away the washing. I find I need to turn off the computer, so that I can fold it all, or else the computer is taunting me ... just looking at me, saying "come and play, come and play !!"
Hope you have a great week.
Take care, Meow

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

that bumper sticker is so true..

too dang funny:)

Lavender Dawn said...

I have a pool table to set all of the clean laundry on... just let it pile up and then sort it into piles and make them put it away. on a less lazy day i might even fold them. might.

My problem is with getting the clothes from the washer to the dryer- in the same day. if they were next to each other it would be different, but they are not even on the same floor and are like 20 feet away from each other.

Laundry is evil.

Merle said...

Hi Ann ~~ It seems we all liked the last
joke about "they still get in". And we
all hate putting the laundry away.
I suggest you fold it into piles and let the girls put their own piles away.
They are old enough to do that.
Cheers, Merle.

Stew said...

Life is too short for ironing.




My wife says.
I agree.

I love the blog puns. In England there is a seaside town called "Bognor Regis" sure enough someone blogs from there under "Blognor Regis"