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Old 04-02-2012, 07:49 PM
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Old 04-02-2012, 08:18 PM
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He got here before I got home from work last night and called me on my way home and told me he had a surprise for me lol... he didnt expect me home so early so i caught him in the act of taking out the trash lol
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Old 04-03-2012, 06:43 AM
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Have a SAHOH lol. jk my boyfriend is looking high and low for work but cant get a break. so he looks after everything. this time of year Im out of the house no later then 8am if Im lucky (normally out by 645am and dont get home till 11ish at night. 6 days a week. I MAY get Sundays off, but normally go in for 5 hours. so I literally have no time for anything but sleep, and even that I dont get enough of lol
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Old 04-03-2012, 12:00 PM
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Wait. I only work 37.5 hours, I guess my response doesn't count LOL

I do commute about 40 minutes each way... Does that count?

And that's an awesome thing to do if your OH!
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Old 04-03-2012, 12:35 PM
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Wait. I only work 37.5 hours, I guess my response doesn't count LOL

I do commute about 40 minutes each way... Does that count?

And that's an awesome thing to do if your OH!
Of course it counts I really meant anyone that works a "full-time" job

It was awesome of him <3
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Old 04-03-2012, 02:07 PM
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LOL I just don't do it hahaha. I go to school about 25 hours a week and go to work about 25 hours right now so I have 50 hour weeks.

Soon, probably this summer, I'll be holding down 2 jobs (one ft, one pt) as well as taking 3 online courses so I suspect my weeks will go up to 60 if not more... I'll just never get to do anything. ever. Maybe I need to hire a cleaner that comes in once a week or something...

Edit: I would like to add I don't sleep much though, never have and just can't seem to. I average about 3-4 hours a night, every night.
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Old 04-03-2012, 02:16 PM
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I have a sign that says "Sexy women have messy kitchens" LOL I usually let things pile up too and we do a freak out massive clean up if we are ever having company. For the general cleaning that needs to be done (vacuuming, floors, bathrooms etc) I pay my mom to come usually every two weeks (she does house cleaning for a living) and do some of that stuff. Laundry and kitchen cleanup is done occasionally during the week but mostly on the weekend.

It's definitely hard to keep up.
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Old 04-03-2012, 02:30 PM
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For the general cleaning that needs to be done (vacuuming, floors, bathrooms etc) I pay my mom to come usually every two weeks (she does house cleaning for a living) and do some of that stuff.
Lol, I do the exact same thing, my mom also cleans houses!
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Old 04-03-2012, 02:35 PM
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I was just thinking this morning how nice it would be to invest in one of those washer/dryer combos. The laundry has been meant to be done since Saturday and it's now Tuesday and I still haven't done it. And I'm running out of clean underwear LOL. But I have to be at home while doing the laundry so I can switch it all from the washer to the dryer, and usually I go ahead and do two loads (white and colours/darks.) But I don't really NEED to do two loads, I wash everything on cold anyway. So I could just buy a washer/dryer combo and put EVERYTHING in one load on cold and one machine would do it and ta-da!!

stupid freaking not winning the lottery spoils all my best plans.
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Old 04-03-2012, 03:03 PM
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LOL yeah I don't seperate the laundry either it all goes in together.

Brian is responsible for his laundry because it all pretty much stays downstairs. I do mine and Hannah's laundry (usually once a week. sometimes twice) and it's one big load that all goes in together on cold lol.

but we had a very minor case of german cockroaches so now I am a clean FREAK. Brian laughs at me and says if he had known all it took was a few cockroaches to turn me into a clean freak he would have brought some in long ago and if anyone ever wants to know how to get rid of cockroaches... Harris famous roach tablets. they are a miracle

it's hard in such a tiny house though with two dogs and a kid. it never looks clean because one thing out of place and it looks like a total disaster.
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