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A Moms Rant!

Monday, September 27, 2010

Ok moms out there I know you can relate with me! I have been cleaning all day. The kitchen, living room, dining room, 2 bathrooms, bedrooms and of course all the laundry. Already 6 loads of that! And by this afternoon it will look like I did nothing all day except sit around and eat bonbons and watch tv! emoticon What is the deal! Can anyone put the dirty clothes in the hamper, wash dishes or at least put them in the sink? What about keeping the bathroom clean? Fold a basket of laundry, sweep the kitchen, put away dishes that I already washed? Keep the bathroom clean, feed the dogs, keep dining room table clear of junk? And then I hear what for dinner? Oh, that's what you made? Are you kidding me! emoticon Like I tell my husband he clocks in to work and then clocks out. My pager never stops going off! I don't get to clock out! I am always work rain, sleet or shine, sick or not! Man even more that the Post Office! Well, I better get back at it!
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  • SKYBLUECRAYON1
    I know what you mean! I have four kids and the work never ever ends - 5 minutes after you think your done its time to start all over again!
    3873 days ago
  • WORKPEACEFULLY
    Oh yea! Phylis Diller once said, "Trying to clean with kids is like trying to shovel snow in a blizzard!" It is so true!
    3874 days ago
  • ASMPP1
    I am right there with you! I try to take time for myself to relax. emoticon
    3874 days ago
  • YOUNGNSMYLIE
    I can relate, and I am not a mom. I only started appreciating what my mom actually did for me when I had to do it all for MYSELF! Now that I'm older and wiser, I thank her every time we talk. Hopefully you have lots of future "thank you!"'s in store, and until then, I hope you have a little bit of time today to do something nice for YOU. emoticon emoticon
    3874 days ago
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