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"Down the Drain With Jane"
Wednesday, October 8, 2008 • Posted October 8, 2008

I’ve determined the difference in my STUFF and Z’s STUFF. Whereas, I replace the Stuff that needs replacing and rid myself of the Stuff that doesn’t. Z keeps all his Stuff and keeps adding more Stuff to the pile of Stuff that’s isn’t working and cannot be fixed. He says, “There may be a day that I’ll need that bolt (without nut)."

So coffee cans of this and that are all over the place. Then, when he needs a bolt and can’t find it within the first five minutes of search, he’ll go get another one or two!

I’m more of a disposable person. I buy Stuff and then find it’s not all that great and get rid of it. The problem with this is, I’m a sucker for all the new gadgets that I see on TV. They look so good on television, but when you get them it’s disappointing. Mighty putty to the green bags that keep vegetables fresh for weeks. Most are unemployed per Z, as they don’t work!

I love to rearrange Stuff. Sometimes by rearranging your Stuff you’ll get rid of some and make room for some more. Then, I’m always rearranging the refrigerator and this gets Z upset, do to the fact that the grape jelly is on the top shelf of the refrigerator door and it can’t live on the second shelf! However, he’ll get used to the changes and then I’ll change my mind and put it back on the top shelf. These are little things that keep our marriage alive. However, sometimes I don’t want change, I just an updating to the stuff! You know, move it around!

P.S. I’ve three new grand-puppies. Dixie Doodle had four, however one didn’t make it. So it’s one male and two females. Earl is the daddy of this batch. Will have to go see them when they become Republican puppies, that’s when their eyes are open! Oh, for Heaven’s sake, that’s a joke! So, don’t get all upset over that political pun!

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