Were you in for the whole 31 minutes? HNY, CBS!
Oh heck no....LOL.
I am actually good at organizing certain things, and a complete dunce at others. Give me a shop or an edit bay and I'll have it looking pro in no time. But I don't know where half the crazy utensils, pee pots and what-nots we have go, because the layout doesn't make sense to my dunderheaded brain.
We have a lady who comes in and cleans every other week. It struck me as funny that the blonde lady didn't have a dishwasher because for most of my life, even having one didn't make much difference. That's because most dishwashers were just metal boxes that made a lot of noise and wasted water and electricity. I was resigned to the notion of "doing the dishes in order to do the dishes"...errr...washing them before they got washed.
The lady who cleans our home has her own dishwasher but she never uses it, even the new tags are still inside. She has never used it and she doesn't use ours. On the occasions when there are dirty dishes, she washes them all by hand despite the very expensive Bosch machine in our kitchen. That machine, and the Kitchen-Aid unit we had in our first house in Texas, are the only dishwashers I've ever known that actually CLEAN the damn dishes.
The Bosch even has its own garbage disposal built in, so you could literally put the dishes in it with food still stuck on them, and it will macerate and dispose of the chunks and drippings while cleaning the dishes. You don't even have to rinse them off, not even necessary to use the water in the sink, just throw them all in as they are, and they come out sparkling.
But Johanna washes our dishes by hand, because "she doesn't believe in dishwasher machines."
I find it hilarious and I prod her occasionally about it but she's set in her ways.
Happy Happy New Year to you all.
I'm getting drunk tonight, something I seldom do.
Mind you, for me, "drunk" is probably one glass of wine or one shot of whiskey, I am a lightweight where booze is concerned.