June 26, 2008

I beg to differ


This gave me the giggles. I'm really posting this for my sister. She'll appreciate it.



found via Jami's blog

7 comments:

  1. I need that as a magnet.

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  2. That's funny. I think in my house it's the opposite philosophy. It's when the house isn't clean that I get the "so what have you been doing all day" question. And I LOVE your table setting for Father's Day!! I think I'm going to need a seperate room for placemats and dishes so I can have a different one every day of the year. And we're with you on the townhouse thing. We just look at it as the smart financial stepping stone to a single family home. :) At least we townhome people are not the ones in forclosure!

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  3. LOVE IT!! I need it in poster size!

    the sister

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  4. I agree... plus, who can think in a messy house?!! See, in a house full of mess, nothing gets done!

    This is funny cause a friend asked last night, "How do you keep your kitchen clean?!"

    I replied, "I clean it every single day!!!"

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  5. Maybe not a wasted life but sometimes it feels like a wasted hour or two when the kids go in and mess up my work in record time! There's nothing better than a clean house.

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  6. Love it - even if it wasn't meant specifically for me. I also saw a sign that said something like "If you have a clean house, you are boring." We all have our own opinions, but let me just say in perspective that there are more important things in life than cleaning house. My kids are happy & we have a good relationship & that's worth more to me than anything. I don't want to be yelling at them, as I see many women doing, for making a mess or not allowing them to play. It's not about cleaning, it's about living. And yes, I have had many, and I mean MANY people (including family members) make rude comments to me about my house. It hurts, but their opinion isn't the most important. We all just need to be more compassionate with ourselves & each other and be less judgmental. We're all doing the best we can - and that means different things for different people.

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