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Sunday, February 15 | 4:46 PM

Okay, so it's the Valentine's weekend.  As usual, I swear not to let the retail owners laugh all the way to the bank.  So I'd decided to spend it with my baby at home.  She's still a little needy and when she sleeps on my lap, it just makes my crazy world go into that zen state which you get in the eye of a storm.

I thoroughly washed all three toilets today.  It took me approximately two hours in all which is a vast improvement compared to the last time when I took the same time to wash two toilets!  I'm still wondering if I should hire a part-time helper to come in to do the housework and save the time for more socialising and chilling out.  Right now, I am managing all right with Sprite, work and chores.  So we'll see how things progress.  

After the massive workout with 5 different bottles of chemicals in the wild wet world, I did 10 laps in the pool  and sat by one of the deck chairs  to enjoy the glorious afternoon sun while trying to make progress on "Successful Dog Adoption" (I have 6 other books on the canine world which I was supposed to have completed by February).  I tried not to be distracted by a member of the opposite sex who lay there looking really nice and very tanned.  Haha.  Work has been really busy.  While getting the tan, I realised that I had left all the detergents in a pail on the kitchen floor where Sprite was confined.  I imagined her chewing up the bottles and then me returning to see her lifeless body on the floor and foaming at her mouth.  Guilt got the better of me and I left my stuff at the pool and hurried up to seek forgiveness.  Fortunately, there was no tragedy but I was really careless.  

This weekend was totally fruitful.  I've had to miss a dinner appointment yesterday due to some separation issues with Sprite.  This evening, I deserve a great meal.  I'm off to meet a friend.  Anyway, here's something funny (albeit sexist) I came across this on Archies Archive the other day...


1. It’s important to have a woman, who helps at home, who cooks from time to time, cleans up and has a job.

2. It’s important to have a woman, who can make you laugh.

3. It’s important to have a woman, whom you can trust and who doesn’t lie to you.

4. It’s important to have a woman, who is good in bed and who likes to be with you.

5. It’s very, very important that these four women do not know each other.

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