Bathroom talk: trivial or completely necessary to keep me in line? You decide.

You know your shower is nasty when a remodeling contractor can’t tell what color the grout between your tile is.

“Do you have any more of this green grout left? Oh wait, over here it’s an orange color.”

No, Mr. Contractor, that would be the green and orange colored slime created by months of ignoring my most basic responsibilities.

But thanks for pointing it out.

3 thoughts on “Bathroom talk: trivial or completely necessary to keep me in line? You decide.”

  1. I’m afraid my bathroom titles often get neglected too. In fact come to the think of it, my whole home often gets neglected. Housecleaning for me is a slow process as I fight against my own ongoing depression and that feeling of overwhelming that comes from all the clutter and disorder.

    I am also ADD, which really doesn’t help either.

    By the way, you could always paint those titles black and go for that kind of Addams Family decor of “nice and gloomy.” And that way you wouldn’t have to clean them, because no one would be able to see the grout. 😀

  2. ha ha ha! Our master shower is a horrific science experiment. It gets the least attention because we’re the only ones who use it. There is a waterfall-esque spot of black sludge in one corner. We spray it vigorously every couple months or so, but it never gets any better (we’ve even managed to scrub it half-heartedly on occasion). Neither of us will actually get out the chisel that it probably needs.

  3. This makes me feel so much better. I almost have a tear in my eye. Our back bath, that only my husband and I use is gross most of the time. Occasionally a wayward party guest will find his way down the hall and I am always soooo embarrassed. Well, not enough to do anything about it, but you know what I mean. It’s nice to know I’m not alone.

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