Right now, I'm looking at some clothing which resisted the hangers for a few days, why does this happen?
If you have any word concerning this, let me know so I can remedy the problem. The rest of the room is tidy. It's like my own personal strike on hanging up clothes, not all just a few. I did the same,( by way of striking )with making the bed. I had made the bed for years and years and years and then one day after my hubby was no longer residing under the roof I realized I didn't have to do this if I didn't want to. So I went on strike. LOL. I didn't make the bed unless I was having company or of course after changing the sheets. That was a given.
I felt the same way about dinner, being single there were nights only Ben and Jerry and myself dined on dairy. Not all just a few. And by the way, speaking of Ben and Jerry, I sent in an idea a number of years ago of a flavor, and they picked up on it but they didn't listen. Consequently the flavor died. It was a Sundae that's been popular and still is, for years at Dietsch's Bros., in Findlay, Ohio. Carmel Cashew Sundae with Marshmallow..awesome..they messed it up and all I got was a 1.50 off a pint, hmmm.
Being single and striking kinda go hand in hand. No one to balk at you for not having dinner on the table at a set time or for that matter, comments like, "what is that?" or "what are we having for dinner, you did cook?"
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There is a reason we're born different, the whole Venus and Mars thing. If it was up to me to build a house, saw a log, or change a pipe, I'd be in deep trouble, but bake a pie, sew on a button, I'm a gal that sashayed haphazardly outta my Home EC class, I did learn a thing or two. I wasn't Martha Stewart by any stretch, but I wouldn't want to be either, besides, I don't look good in orange.
Anyways, y'all have a nice day, a nothing kinda day, ya hear?