March 17, 2010

The Truth

I enjoy looking at pictures of other people's houses and seeing evidence that they're kinda messy like mine.

It makes me feel less inadequate.

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8 comments :

Tracie said...

Shhhhhh that is my secret! It's how I rationalize blogging instead of cleaning! ;-)

carma said...

Amen.

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

Isn't it great! An excuse to be messy -- we just want to be normal!

Quirky said...

At this very moment, I'm supposed to be cleaning the house (well, right after blog reading anyway). We're going out of town and some friends are coming over to take care of the cats for us, and heaven forbid they figure out that sometimes food explodes in our microwave! (Why would they even look in the microwave if all they are doing is feeding the cats? I don't know, but they could, and how embarrassing would that be?

Friends notwithstanding, my normal reaction to housekeeping is that if the health department wouldn't shut us down, I'm not going to worry about it.

African American Mom said...

I so love other people's messy houses too! I hate people who keep their houses in order. Boo! Hiss!

Sass E-mum said...

Not only can I make you feel adequate, I can lift you up to feeling superior. My place is a raggedy mess right now. I'll see if I can oblige with some photos.

Housewife Bliss said...

Ah what goes on behind closed doors. We all have messy days, sometimes life just gets in the way.

Lise said...

Now this is the sort of post I like to see! I am now following you purely on the basis of that one sentence. Going to have a good read of the rest of your blog now.