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Sunday, April 24, 2011

What would you say?

Let's say a mother and father and four of their children go away for a week and leave 2 teenagers, ages, oh...let's say...18 and 16, at home alone.

Let's say the mother makes a batch of cornbread for the last family-together meal and then leaves before the meal is finished (because she is driving a separate vehicle and making additional stops on the way).

Let's say half of the family returns with the father a day before the mother returns.

Let's say the mother finally returns and finds the afore-mentioned cornbread pan (now empty) and the dirty mixing bowl still sitting on the counter.

That said, would it be considered appropriate for the mother to, in kind, now make a point by letting the dirty laundry sit for a week?


Becca said...

Hahaha, not sure how to answer that one...LOL Hmmm...

Anonymous said...

I would say "Yes", or perhaps only serve corn bread next week.

Love ya

Rachel said...

haha! Wow..... Yep, that's pretty much it: Wow!

kristi noser said...

They're lucky they have you. I'da let a lot more than that sit for a week.
I have to give snaps to Lynn. Excellent idea.

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