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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Start (01/16/06)

TITLE: Honey...I'm home:
By
01/19/06


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"Honey, you can start this for me?"
Start. Start what for heavens sake? Writing, shoveling snow, taking out the trash? What? Oh well, I guess I will just make my own list then.
Here’s a list to start on:
1. Clean out the car. (Yeah right, next year maybe.)
2. Dust the bookshelves and fish tank. (Who cares and who has the time?)
3. Wash the windows. (Dog kisses, ya know?)
4. Mop the floor. (You’re kidding me, right? Honey, can I do it tomorrow night for you instead?)
5. Clean the kid’s rooms. (It’s kind of deep in there; maybe I should let them do it this time.)
6. Get the snow blower fixed. (When is the snow going to come? Next spring?)
7. Buy groceries. (Who needs any anyways?)
8. Make supper for the family. (My daily chore…who needs a plate again?)
9. Feed the dogs…and cat…and fish.
10. Clean up all the messes. (2 kids, 3 dogs, 1 annoying cat, 1 husband, what else is new?)


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Jan Ackerson 01/24/06
This made me smile, and I smiled the most at the "annoying cat." I think I own its sister.
Karen O'Leary01/24/06
Thanks for making me smile. Best wishes with your writing.
Marilyn Schnepp 01/25/06
I loved it! I loved it for it's humor, it's brevity, and getting to the point without alot of unnecessary, irrelevant and useless inuendos(sp)...makes sense to me! Short, sweet and nicely done!