Monday, February 14, 2011

U R Cute

Okay, my title has nothing to do with this post, but the best thing about Valentine's Day is the candy hearts.

I wanted to let you know that starting today I am the new Monday girl on Mormon Mommy Writers. (For which you don't have to be a Mormon or a Mommy or a Writer to read, but if you are reading this blog, you can probably claim at least one of these.)

Now, after last week's post I must set the record straight that although I miss Kansas, I LIKE TEXAS. The library aside, it's a great place to be. It's warm. People are nice. There is good food to eat. Plus, although we left family behind, we more than doubled the family here.

Also, I must note that I did a facebook poll among my friends and family. Most claim that their husbands iron their own shirts. However, as it is Valentine's Day I might just pull out the ironing board.

10 comments:

  1. My husband is from Texas and he misses it so much up here in NH. He loved living there.

    I iron my husband's shirts, but that's because I work 10 hours less than him a week.

    Congrats on being the Monday Mormon mommy writer!

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  2. My husband is very picky about his shirts. They go to the cleaners and come back just they way he wants them. I tried early in our marriage to do it, but we quickly went back to him getting them done at the cleaners. It saves a lot of heartache and is worth every penny. It's so much easier him being annoyed at the cleaners than being annoyed at me when they aren't quite right.

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  3. Congratulations on the Mormon Mommy Writer thing. What an honor! And no, my husband doesn't iron his own shirts, but then fortunately most clothes don't wrinkle like they used to. I love that I can hang them up after then come out of the dryer and the wrinkles fall right out.

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  4. My husband irons his own shirts, now I just have to train my boys,. Their future wives will thank me.

    I was wondering if you took that jig. I'll have to pop over.

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  5. Yea! Glad you like Texas! Way to go Monday's Mormon Mommy Writer! I'll go check it out...

    I iron my hubs shirts...though I don't always do it cheerfully. But I am a SAHM and he works hard, so I feel like it's something nice I can do (and it saves us $$ sending it to the cleaner).

    P.S. I don't enjoy the candy hearts...cute to look at, nasty to eat! They taste like chalk to me! :P Happy V-Day!

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  6. I have to clarify - when I said I don't think my husband has EVER ironed his own shirts, that didn't mean I do it!! We send out to the cleaners. Otherwise, he'd never have ironed shirts. :)

    I'm glad you are liking Texas. I'm a little jealous, as there are times I really miss it. We got Just Dance this weekend, and I totally rock the Cotton Eye Joe. :)

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  7. Happy Valentine's Day, Jessie. I missed the poll, but my hubby does all the ironing in our family--ya know, when we actually bother to iron anything! :-)

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  8. My husband irons his own everything. He also washes and fold his own everything and sometimes mine too. He's a very particular laundry guy (Air Force). I on the other hand hate laundry. Worst.Chore.Ever. And When did you become all posty again? I've missed a few.

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  9. I'm glad you're liking Texas. Congrats on the Monday writer! Neither of us LIKE to iron, so whoever happens to be done first and not helping a youngster usually does it!

    Carla @ carla-jansen.blogspot.com

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  10. My husband launders his shirts because neither of us want to iron them. :) I'm glad you're liking Texas. Like is better than hate but not quite as good as love so you have some room to grow. :)

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