Sometimes on the way to your dream,

you get lost and find a better one.

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Whimsical Wednesday # 238

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.

Yep. This is me!

"I find it helps to organise chores into categories: Things I won't do now; Things I won't do later; Things I'll Never Do."

33 comments:

  1. I look at the dust, think I should buy some swifters. I have a drawer full of old towels.

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    1. Joanne; I looked at my dust yesterday and it looked right back at me and sneered.

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  2. Maxine is always great fun to read. I was at a luncheon with the artist that draws Maxine a couple of years ago and he is hysterical in person as well. He said he based the character as kind of a cross between his mother and his aunt.

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    1. Cheryl; I'm envious, but on the other hand I would have also been struck dumb if I'd met him. I like comically hysterical people, I love to laugh.

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  3. Maxine - my kinda gal. Great lists, huh?

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    1. S.J.Qualls; that's my kind of list for sure. Every day I look around and think, 'yeah, that can wait'

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  4. Now that's my kind of list, lol.

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  5. I would add, things I'll pay to have someone do for me.

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    1. joeh; I would if I had $$$ to spare, instead I just put things off until it looks like doing something would be a worthwhile job. You know, when there's no clean coffee mugs left, or my socks walk themselves to the laundry.

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    1. fishducky; I've had my suspicions...(*~*)

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  7. Hooray for Maxine. So many of us relate to her...

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    1. Elephant's Child; probably 90% of women that I know do.

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  8. She sure makes sense to me.
    Merle.............

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    1. Merle; she's full of good advice isn't she?

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  9. Yep! That's me, too! Today is a prime example!!

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    1. Lee; you too? Did your dust sneer at you like mine did? those dust bunnies think they own the place!

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    2. I've learned to ignore their sneering, River. I just turn my back on them!! :)

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  10. Maxine is a women who uses logic......so rare.

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    1. Andrew; rare? That's what you're going with? Rare? You'd better have eyes in the back of your head...

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  11. Maxine has taken the words right out of my mouth!!
    What would we do without that wise woman?

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    1. Mimsie; we'd have to muddle though on our own :(

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  12. Maxine world I believe would be true blessing.
    Coffee is on

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    1. peppylady (Dora); it would certainly be a lot dustier!

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  13. LOL! The older I get, the more prevalent that last one is.

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  14. Crystal Collier; nice to see you here again. I have a lot of things I'll never do too.

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  15. Quentin Crisp said the dust gets no worse after seven years. I've never left it that long, but I have noticed that the kitchen floor gets no dirtier.

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    1. R.H. I've noticed a similar thing. Once the dust bunnies are big enough to party, there doesn't see to be any more increase in the dust level.

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  16. Robbert, my kitchen floor rates a 1 second rule, after that the cockroaches fight it out with the mouse who is still living in my oven. The only time I clean the freezer is when I'm desparate for an ice cream and I might have one hidden.

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    1. JahTeh; my kitchen floor is small, I dampen a piece of paper towel with the hot dish water, swish it across the floor where the cat food dishes sit and it's done.

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