(whatever, I know I'm never going to figure it out.)
This is a more vulnerable set of pictures than the one of your thigh. You have my empathy.
It looks like the dog has something hanging from its tail. That's my favorite part. Also, the fact that you unashamedly posted a photo of what my kitchen looks like ALL the time.
wow. that looks familiar.you know things are bad when your kid spits cherry pits all over the kitchen floor and you leave them there. for at least three days.
i can so beat you in the dirtyness game. in fact, you house isn't dirty, just temporarily messy. that's different. i don't like to be inside at all during the summer. know what that means?yep! animal fur tumbleweeds, dirt clods and lots of dust (we live in a dry state, you try managing the dust)ok. you've inspired me to take some pictures.love you g. you're a great housekeeper.
Oh my gosh. Thanks for posting these. Now I don't feel like such a complete loser about my house. My kitchen looks like that frequently. My living room and kid's room looks like that a lot of the time as well. I hope this doesn't come across wrong, it's just good to know that other people have messy houses sometimes too, ya know? Maybe I'll take some pictures as well. That way we can have our own little support group.
YAY!!! bad housekeeping support group... i LOVE it!!(then we can make a magazine called BAD HOUSEKEEPING and that would just be awesome!)johnr... heh heh, interesting, isnt' it? to a woman a messy house is a greater shame than exposed flesh. fortunately, today, my house is much more under control... even my bathrooms (which is rare indeed.)
G,Thanks for the pics. It seems that nearly everyone I know has a tidy house, except me.I'm glad to know it really isn't just me: it's all of us bloggers :)But aren't we having more fun?
You have pinkish granite countertops. And totally kick-ass (can I say that here) apple green color walls in the kid's (or is that kids' bedroom (I promise to read more in the future, you know, tomorrow....) All is forgiven.
Wow. Love your house.
I love this sort of refreshing honesty, and I furthermore commit to begin naming my dust-bunnies, instead of denying their existence... ;o) Cheers, ~RR
thank you Rebecca :D I am still coming to terms with it. after all this time.
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