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Small Drops Make An Ocean...

Discussion in 'Healthy Living' started by anika987, Feb 22, 2021.

  1. Needtobestrong

    Needtobestrong Platinum IL'ite

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    I tried decluttering clothes too..used some worn out bath towels for dusting ...replaced with fresh unused towels.. wearing some of my old kurtis and Tshirts at home , and kept aside many of my older clothes to donate to needy people ..hopefully my wardrobe would be more organized after this.
     
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    ashima10 Platinum IL'ite

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    I'm fine with ok ok house . My husband like things spick and span. Am fine as long as i m not dragged in .

    When my friends visit the house they said it looks like from sample house they show in real estate. i was like ok.
     
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    ashima10 Platinum IL'ite

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    found some old pics of new home in India , haven't seen this for 3 years.
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    Afresh Gold IL'ite

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    I just love this line!
    This simply sums up everything that needs to be conveyed!! and this iswhat actually matters
    Bottomline :)
     
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    Wow..that’s awesome!does your hubby clean up a lot too? Coz without everyone helping a bit in the house..tough to achieve that perfection
     
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    Thank you:)
     
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    very nice!
     
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    Definitely not my home ha ha ..just used to aim for that and failed miserably:)
     
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  10. Thyagarajan

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    :hello: Spic & span, ships’s shape, Apple pie order, shine & sheen, lustre and glint, glossy & glisten, odour free, jasmine fragrance in air, neat arrangements like ikebana all this comes to mind when one writes or thinks about perfection at home.

    But to me only my spouse comes to mind. The more she aims for it, the more trouble I have - rather gripped with fear of catching severe cold or and. headache. Even if she orders once in a while the maid to clean dirt off windows doors etc, I used to suffer fear because very next day the maid will remain absent and I will have to wear the cap of maid. Even if spouse engages in big cleaning operation, invariably next day I turn full fledged home maker & cook.

    There is hardly any edifice or place in the universe where perfection of above description can be seen on permanent basis. Kids like disorder and destruction and enjoy chaotic state. With kids around there is no question of aiming for perfection at home.

    The only person bothered about perfection all the time are few agile spouses.
    Once maid cleaned the table chair and other furniture in my son’s room. When He returned from outdoor work rushed to his room & returned to hall shouted “ who wiped the table and land telephone clean?” Our maid responded, “Anna (elder brother) ! I only wiped the dirt off”.

    “OMG- I wrote in dirt an important telephone number” he tapped four times his forehead.

    Perfection in destruction & destruction in perfection both are enjoyable.
     
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