Mundane Doesn't Describe It

For the slackatudinally challenged.

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I have never taken any exercise except sleeping and resting. Mark Twain, Hard work doesn't harm anyone, but I do not want to take any chances. - Unknown, I am retired and have tried to do as little as possible - slowly. Me.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

The Usual.

As usual when you have relatives visiting and a really young child is part of the visit, things go wrong. I woke up this morning and went into the main bathroom and found wet towel all over the floor. My great nephew has this thing about flushing the toilet. I guess after I went to sleep, and while his grandparents weren’t watching him, he flooded the bathroom. It’s not like this hasn’t happened before, so I’m not too upset. I’ve got the first load of towels in the washer (yes I still have to have the lid up when I wash) with about a quarter of bottle of bleach.

I was thinking about it and this is a good thing. I pulled out a towel yesterday, and when I grabbed it to dry off it still had that strong sulfuric acid smell. I had used a strong drain cleaner when I was trying to unstop the drains from last week, and everything backed up into the washer. I've already rewashed them four times, but I was going to rewash them anyway, so now it’s just something that’s got me going sooner.

On other home fronts, we’ve got honey ants again. My family has a bad habit of getting up in the middle of the night and making something to eat. You ask, do they clean up after themselves? Why of course not. So this morning I cleaned up the kitchen and found a small army of ants. I took care of them with Clorox cleaner, which works wonders by the way. What I’m looking for those is some way to take care of them without reverting to bug spray or Clorox. Anybody got a natural way of taking care of ants? I know I’ve read somewhere about different things, but I would be interested to know what ya’ll use.

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