How do I get my husband to put his dirty clothes INTO the hamper? I have tried just silently picking them up myself every single day. I have tried more passive-aggressive techniques like loudly teaching my children the lesson that “we don’t leave our clothes on the floor; we put them in the hamper” at bedtime. I will completely lose my mind if my children grow up to leave a trail of jackets, shoes, work shirts, sweaters, belts, and other clothing throughout the house as he does. Please tell me you have a silver bullet for this one.
Have you ever wondered why the measurement cups for laundry detergent are so impossible to read?Consider that the outside of your box, carton, or bottle is stamped in bright colors in a giant font. Yet the cup they send you to measure out the high performance serum (or powder) is barely legible. This is not an accident. ...more
I threw my back out putting away a shirt. One shirt. Not a sweater. Not a coat. One of Joe's stupid Budweiser t-shirts. So now I'm on Vicodin. I have completely lost the ability to write coherently. Or operate heavy machinery. Or locate my car keys.Help me out here, loyal reader. What is the universe trying to tell me? Ease up on the Budweiser? Laundry sucks? Time to spend a day stoned and sitting on a heating pad? ...more
A few weeks ago, in the car with several girlfriends, the topic of laundry came up. (Because, really, why would a bunch of women finally enjoying some free time together talk about anything else?) I let it fly that I don’t do my husband’s laundry. Some of my friends let out audible gasps. A couple said, “You don’t?” with hands over their hearts. And only one admitted, “Neither do I.”...more
She's been married eight years. She knows her marriage is a work in progress and she doesn't have all the answers, but she will tell you this much: her horoscope, which indicated that "even laundry night is a date when it comes to spending time with your honey!" is dead wrong. What in the world are these people thinking?!
Mexico is considering instituting a two-year marriage contract. After two years if everything’s not peaceful in the Garden of Eden, everybody walks away free and clear.
I’ve had cell phone contracts that were tougher. And with them I could upgrade to a newer model.
Somehow I can’t see trying to trade the Captain for more advanced service.
“So it’s been almost two years. How ‘bout I get an Admiral with handyman functions?”
“You want to trade?”
My friend Lisa has been using this recipe for YEARS, she had given it to me awhile ago...like 13years ago and I never made it. If I added up the cost, 13 years of store bought soap, I am sure it would be significant, not to mention the number of plastic jugs that have been used and tossed away, it's shameful.Laundry Soap...more
Please, before you tune out and think, wow, Tay is really running out of ideas here, know this! I have a whole week's worth of article ideas lined up. Nonetheless, I feel compelled to write about that thorn in the side, that pile of work that just keeps coming with no end in sight. Laundry....more
Busy, busy, busy <----My day. Lots to do. Although, you wouldn't know it by the rate at which I am moving. By that I mean, I'm NOT moving - just the fingers, across the keyboard...and an occasional scratch or wiping the sleep out of my eyes. Coffee appears in my hand, but I'm not entirely sure how it got there. I might want to be careful about what I type, since only my fingers are awake and lack the filter my brain often provides. Eh...my brain will get over it, I'll just buy it a drink and tell it how smart it is. ...more
I am feeling a little defeated today. One week back at work and things at home are already starting to slide. I can’t seem to get it together in both places at once. I am starting to really resent the feminists who told me I could have it all.
When I was at home I still couldn’t figure out how to do everything I wanted to do. I could just never seem to make a “real” dinner--the definition of “real” being not chicken nuggets, hot dogs, pizza or macaroni and cheese. Still, I was on top of all school forms, the laundry got done (although not...more
Del Monte Fruit Burst Squeezers are healthy snacks you can offer your children after a long day at school. 17 moms offer their best back to school snacking and lunch tips. Find some great ideas and get a chance to win a $100 VISA Gift Card on each blog. Read more
Moms serve Bagel Bites® for after school snacks because you know they always come home hungry after a long day of learning and play. Read more and see how our bloggers get through after school activities. Read more