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Congrats! I hear you on the dishwasher... I hate loading it and procrastinate unloading it (because it's load time again). But I'm thankful to HAVE a dishwasher. You were on my list of favorite bloggers to nominate... when I get around to responding. You were the FIRST blogger I found in this whole choice mom blogosphere last year. Our dreams will come true... and all of these trials on the way will ensure we'll be the BEST mom's!!!

I have a sink full of dirty dishes and a dishwasher full of clean dishes because I despise unloading the dishwasher. We should be next door neighbors and trade off dishwashing duties.

And - sometime next year - we could trade off babysitting duties. It's gonna happen, I know it!

LOL Oh my goodness what is it with the dishwasher? Are we all spoiled or what? I ABHOR loading & unloading the dang thing. It was one of my jobs growing up. When my daughter got old enough I made it HER job. She hates it too so is patiently waiting for her boys to get tall enough to do it.
I have a 7 & 9 yr old now and I make them do it together.....cooperation isn't one of their strong points. I'm guessing both of them will hate the dishwasher when they are adults as well.

Sarah you are definitely a versatile blogger!! Oh, meant to tell you....I love quotes...funny quotes, serious quotes, motivational quotes, movie quotes etc etc... so, a few months ago I changed my sig line on my emails to this-

We were hurt, of course. As one is, when one is abandoned by one's goose. -Sarah Fain

People keep asking me what book it's from. LOL


LOL I re-read that last reply of mine and it sounds a bit stalker-ish.

I only use it because taken out of context it's so funny and cute.


Congrats! Well-deserved!

Chris! OMG, thats hilarious! Im honored to be your sig line!

Chris-- I didnt take it that way at all. The funny thing is, the line really is better out of context!

Congratulations Sarah! and I'm so glad you nominated Jenna at Cold Antler Farm. I love her blog as well!

I love Stockholm too! And Bruges and Vienna are both beautiful, although I have more complicated feelings about them.

I don't like either loading or unloading the dishwasher, but I don't have one, and fortunately I don't mind washing dishes at all. I'm really looking for a husband who loves to vacuum, though.

Hate unloading the dishwasher. It's the Tupperware and the utensils. Takes too damn long.

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