Someone in my household does not realize this is a commandment - or maybe he knows and is just "sinning."
Makes sense to me.
I cook, and wash dishes, G dries and puts away. The man looks totally silly hunched over the sink trying not to bang his head on the cabinets...(He's 6'6" - a bit taller than you.)
I am never asked to do the dishes at Red Lobster.
We have always done the dishes together...no matter who cooks. We never asked the kids to do dishes either...it's just always been "our time" together. We talk and enjoy the task rather than dreading it. We do take turns on who washes and who dries though.
Vee, well, it says in Duderonomy.Chuck, completely sensible.Grace, drying and putting away is good.KCBob, and how often is this Red Lobster experience?Lin, nice arrangement. Takes me back, though, to my childhood when sister and I were supposed to "alternate" washing and drying. Some good fusses erupted. Soon quashed by some parental unit or other.
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