Category Archives: Cleanliness

My mom and hoarding

On Sunday evening, we tried a movie suggested to us by our friend Rose, ‘Hello, My Name is Doris.’ It was kind of against our better judgment as it was the story of a sixty-something woman (played by Sally Field) … Continue reading

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Rain encore and those Cavs

Although I knew it was possible, in the back of my mind I did not think it would possibly rain on Wednesday. Well, it did! Out around 6:15 AM or so and the weather was not bad at all. Out … Continue reading

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What does it take to have a clean border collie?

For those of you who do not live in the Chicago area, you might not understand why this is a big deal. Stewart is the first dog we have that actually needs to visit the dog salon for a wash … Continue reading

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Dad Bods, Gramp Bods, and why can’t we just be accepting?

“The dad bod says, ‘I go to the gym occasionally, but I also drink heavily on the weekends and enjoy eating eight slices of pizza at a time,’” writes Clemson University student Mackenzie Pearson in an article that went viral … Continue reading

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On dodging that ‘paint’ bullet and the Canine Flu

There is pretty much always a price to pay for everything we do, thus my day spent washing ceilings (living room, dining room, upstairs hallway) and some well-chosen walls kind of ‘decked’ me at the end of the day. Maybe … Continue reading

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