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31 Days of Housewifery - Day 2

That is how I feel at 7:45 am when I got up at 6 am.  I was actually pretending 
to yawn, but then it turned into a real yawn so I took another picture.

Despite the fact that I was asleep by 10 o'clock last night, I still was exhausted when I woke up at 6.  I was pleasantly surprised by how nice my house looked when I woke up.

My morning routine went REALLY, REALLY fast, because I kind of cheated.  I didn't have to unload the dishwasher because it wasn't full until after lunch.  I didn't start the laundry because I had diapers in the laundry, and then I waited until I cleaned the bathroom to start my new load because I didn't want dirty toilet rags sitting around for very long.  And I didn't quick clean the bathrooms, because my afternoon deep clean was the bathrooms and that seemed a bit redundant.  So I finished up pretty quick.

In the afternoon I was supposed to deep clean all the bathrooms, but since the cats were locked in the kids' bathroom I skipped that one.  The little kitty pooped behind the washing machine yesterday so we didn't want her roaming around, and since they share a litter box, the big kitty had to be locked up too.  So I didn't necessarily succeed, but I didn't fail either.

In the evening I didn't cook dinner, because Michael barbecued.  I like that because it makes dishes really, really, really easy.  I still wiped down the sink.  

Then I folded and put away the laundry since it was done.  I also wiped off my diaper covers and stuffed the pocket diapers (which as a lazy person, are now my new favorite diapers!) before getting ice cream.  

I didn't harass Michael about the computer at all, but he didn't really have a chance to play the computer either, because he was busy trying to fix our piece of crap car.  Ironically, looking at the car it looks like an awesome car, but it has broken 4 times in the last 6 months and cost over $4000 so far, and who knows what it will cost this time.

Tomorrow my mom is coming to visit, which will throw off my routine, so we will see how I handle interruptions. 

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