You know those commercials on tv that have the rollover minutes? The kids try to get rid of them and the mom is adamant that they keep them because they are the same.
This one is my favorite. It cracks me up every time.
So, I've decided that chores are like rollover minutes. Whatever doesn't get done just rolls over into the next week/month/year. But unlike rollover minutes, rollover chores are not a good thing. That just means that a) there is too much to do and not enough time or b) I'm just lazy. And while I'd like to say that I'm productive most days, that would just be a lie. Sure...I get the kids dressed and fed and run the dishwasher. But I could do so much more.
And I realized too, that you must think that after this post last week, that I haven't done anything. Au contraire my friend. I have done some stuff, but not enough. And I did take pictures of what I have done. So just for some proof.
Notice my crush Chris Martin on the tv. He can sing to me anytime...
And check this out. You can see my closet floor! The one basket is socks that need mated and the other is socks/undies and stuff that just need put away.
So I will keep rolling over my work until it's done.
Which might be never.