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Old 01-11-2013, 09:07 AM   #41
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This is one time where it's a huge advantage in being single and retired. The only honey do list I get is the one I create for myself. I eventually get things done but on my own time table.
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Old 01-11-2013, 10:16 AM   #42
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I've never made a honey boo boo doo list. To me that's a form of nagging, and I loathe nagging...

If I see something that needs to be done/fixed, I'll just start rattling around in one of DH's tool boxes. That gets his attention and before I know it, he'll take care of whatever needs to be done.
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I've never made a honey boo boo doo list. To me that's a form of nagging, and I loathe nagging...

If I see something that needs to be done/fixed, I'll just start rattling around in one of DH's tool boxes. That gets his attention and before I know it, he'll take care of whatever needs to be done.
Does he do likewise with the duster?
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Does he do likewise with the duster?


He doesn't know where the cleaning products are... You see, I move them around too much.

Eh...it all works out pretty well. I figger as long as no one is bleeding and nothing is on fire, everything else can wait.
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Eh...it all works out pretty well. I figger as long as no one is bleeding and nothing is on fire, everything else can wait.
That's a good way to look at it. I like it.
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