Saturday, November 2, 2013


Em and John ruefully list those chores that have to be done, no matter where you live or what you do.

Em delights in not having to do what John does.

John delights in the things that Em handles--chores he doesn't like to do.


Unknown said...

You put a huge smile on my face!

Anonymous said...

HI Em. Interesting topic.
We should all be pretty good at mundanity; we get so much practice. Here, we already recycle food waste through composting. I understand that it's a large part of garbage, so good for the environment to recycle. If we all do our little part, maybe we'll make it into the next century.
Louise Sorensen
louise3anne twitter

Carola said...

How did you get rid of those long fluorescent bulbs? They're not supposed to go in the garbage, and nobody recycles them.

Anonymous said...

Cute video and love your matching blue shirts! Enjoyed hearing about your chores and how each one of you attacks the task. Yours are on a bigger scale than mine, but we do our daily, 2x a week etc chores as a form of good exercise for us senior citizens. Since we are almost homebound completing these chores are important to us and keep us moving around the house. kam

Unknown said...

I just LOVE the two of you!!! Even when you're talking about mundanities, you make it enjoyable.

And you remind me, Em, I have some files I need to back up! :)

Anonymous said...

Good topic Em! There are so many things we do on a daily basis while on 'autopilot' that we don't even realize how much we are getting done. And I guess I need to look into stockpiling those fluorescent bulbs too :)