Monday, April 19, 2010

Great Household Hint I Had To Share



When I lived alone I seldom dusted and could often write in the dust on my bedroom dresser. I don't ever remember my dad dusting. I sometimes dusted for him when I'd visit, but I waited for it to accumulate pretty good.

Now if you really want a good laugh, head on over to Kathy's post at The Junk Drawer: The Grocery Store Walk of Shame. I laughed out loud all through this post this morning. Her writing can make the dumbest things hilarious!

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10 comments:

Daisy said...

Dusting is my Mommeh's least favorite chore.

Mayet said...

I don't really like doing it but someone has to do it :-) and with my allergy-there's no escape from wiping them off.

thanks for stopping by.

Jennifer said...

We live on a gravel road so sometimes dusting almost seems pointless. I can dust everything and within two days it is dusty again!

tahtimbo said...

I do some of my best writing on the coffee table :)

Kathy said...

I don't believe in dusting. It's against my religion.

Thanks for the linky love and I'm still tickled pink that you liked my post so much. And I'm still cracking up that so many people worried that I was wearing my bacon shoes at the time of The Incident.

BeadedTail said...

I don't like dusting so I try to keep the things sitting out to a minimum to reduce the items in need of dusting.

Lin said...

Uh...am I the only one here that doesn't mind cleaning the house??? Uh oh.

Holly said...

I love Maxine. My parents house is super dusty...my niece always says the dust is dancing when the sun streams in.

Thanks for stopping by on my SITS Day.

Holly
504 Main

Mountain Woman said...

I'm with you about dusting and with 7 dogs in the house and a wood stove going, there is dust all over.

Deborah March said...

ha ha...chuckling!

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