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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

They Hope You Won't Look In The Closet!

Remember being told you couldn't go out until your room was clean? Chores are a never ending battle in our homes and a subject of frequent conversation in our mom circles...



So great to have you stop by. We've missed hangin' with you.
Holly & Charisse

5 comments:

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

My key to life when the kids were home was "commercial cleaning"! Now this could adapt to "every other song" cleaning if you happen to have the radio/stereo on..you get it.

I had everyone jump up during the commericials and clean something or put something away. It is amazing how much you can get done.

I have missed you! I've had a bunch of my own stuff to deal with, so I've missed some time here myself but I have wondered what happened to you. I thought maybe you got rich and famous and forgot about us!

Coffeypot said...

Hell yes I care. Bout time you two got back. You need to rearrange your priorities. Family, school and church can only take you so far, whereas Blogger readers and commenter’s are the foundation of life and happiness. That and beer.

Dawn said...

Heck yea you've been missed!!!
I mean, WHAT?? Have we been put on that "To Do" list of STUFF you haven't been getting to?? Hmmmm
:)
SOO glad to have you back!!

Matty said...

The two kids's bedrooms here look like a tornado came through. I think the governor could come over and take a look, and he would declare them a disaster area. Maybe we'd then qualify for federal aid to help clean them up.

Um, YES....you've been missed! Why do you think I wrote and asked about you two? My life has been miserable without you......LOL. And just look at Charisse making those faces. It doesn't get any better.

Martha in PA said...

Glad to see you back! I care.. although it took me a few days to realize you were back... BUSY-NESS! LOL about walking over things.... finally yesterday after a week of a nickel laying on the floor my mom said... it's MINE now. My daughter is the worst about things on the floor, but as soon as I pick something up she wants to know where it IS!