Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Real Life

Plant in a sink

There is dirt from one end of my house to another . . .

10 comments:

Chandra said...

My dishes story, as requested :)... Many moons ago, a year or so after we were married, I learned that we were going to have unexpected dinner guests. My sink and counter were piled high with dishes, and I didn't have time to wash them all. So I piled them all under the kitchen sink, and closed the cupboard doors, thinking myself quite a genius. Unfortunately, one of our guests later had some trash to throw out, and her first instinct was to look for the garbage can under the kitchen sink. Busted!!

Chandra said...

PS, Yes I do stil blog, but it's by invitation only now (Pete's big into privacy). You'll need to message me your email address on FB so I can add you to the reader list. :)

rosa veldkamp said...

That's hilarious! Should that every come up again my other trick is more reliable . .. fill a laundry basket with the dishes and hide it in your closet.

Just don't forget it's in there . . . for over a week. ;D

Nancy-Mom said...

Ya, you and Chandra would work well together....or not :-)

Chandra said...

Um Rosa, did you not figure out how to add a spam blocker? :P

rosa veldkamp said...

Blogger has a spam blocker but some seem to slip through. I hate that whole verify thing. If a blog has it I mostly won't comment. I don't want it on my blog.I'll just deal with the ones that manage to slip through. :(

Chandra said...

:)

Anonymous said...

umm...that peace lily looks like mine. Perhaps a bit TOO peaceful. :)

rosa veldkamp said...

Are you suggesting this poor thing might be floppy due to a lack of water rather than just being full of inner peace??? Lol ;)

Nancy-Mom said...

I agree with you on that blocker thingy, I hate it as well and soooo often get it wrong cause it's often difficult to see so I often don't comment because of it either .

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