If a husband lays on the floor fixing the sink and there is no wife within earshot, does he still make a lot of melodramatic noise?
Just sayin'. He's been a trooper getting everything hooked up and working lots of overtime. But when I walk into the end of the house he's working in, I just can't help feel the grunts and groans are for me. I don't respond, otherwise I'd be jumping up every ten seconds to see if he's okay.
All that aside, the bathroom is just waiting for the shower, we've got company comping today and I've managed to wrangle the leftover debris into a corner of the back patio.
This is the tricky part. When the shower goes in, probably the weekend of the 13th, and the painting gets done, probably during the week that follows, I have to make sure the debris doesn't remain on the back patio.
It's often a struggle to keep the white trash look to a minimum, especially when you're dealing with a man who has cars and car parts. But I'm constantly striving to keep stuff cleaned up and sorted. Some times a box of stuff will go for years before I'll finally get fed up with it and go through it.
Obviously, if you've had a box for years and never missed what was in it, it's trash anyway. My husband just doesn't like to get rid of anything in case we might need it. But once I commit to sort something, watch out! Anything could get tossed (better keep track of the children and animals).
He's just lucky I don't go into his shop. Here's another scenario - if a husband goes into his shop and doesn't come out, has he gotten lost among the debris or has he decided to live there?