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Thursday, July 11, 2019

Gat a nice replay to my blog of yesterday regarding my kitchen and my pantry. Nice reply but she pointed out that I may not appreciate my Hubby as he rearranged my panty. I did not mean that I do not appreciate my wonderful big teddy bear. I was really sick and he was cooking and cleaning up the kitchen. I had arranged my pantry in an order of the foods. He was taking care of everything for at least 6 weeks. He would walk into the panty and just put things anywhere. I had pasta, rice, bean, and other packed foods in one area. the canned goods by category. I use more tomatoe products than anything. They had a big section. I use canned beans also. They had a section. The things like coconut milk, canned salmon, tuna, pineapple, and other odd goods had a section. There was a section for backup condiments and then a shelf for flour, sugar, cornmeal, etc. Then a section that had odds and ends. When I was able to get in the kitchen and cook, it was all over the place. I could not find my mayo. All had been moved around with no logic arrangement. I was not complaining about Hubby because he was wonderful and saw me through a difficulted time. He doctored me, feed me and helped me walk when I needed to go anywhere He took off work to get me to and from the doctor. He is my Hero.
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    Sorry if you misunderstood my comment. I do know how much you appreciate & love your hubby - it always shows in your blogs. Please accept my apology.

    I had major surgery 3 years ago & my hubby had to do everything for the first month & I know how "my system" in the kitchen & all over the house got reorganized to his way. When I finally was able to cook & clean, I had to "reorganize" all of it.

    That is when I learned & accepted that we are two different people with different ways of doing the same thing. It was truly eye opening.

    I totally understood what you wrote & even had a bit of a chuckle of my flashback disorganization.
    101 days ago
    I admire your hubby and his willingness to step in. I know of many husbands that would not "lower themselves to do women's work......." But I also understand how those same helping hands may not keep things as orderly as we would ourselves.

    Best wishes to you and yours.....
    102 days ago
    Husbands are wonderful - I have one that does a lot for me, especially now that mobility issues have started to surface. He also likes to do a lot of the cooking but the clean up and keeping the pantry in some order is not the way I would keep it (think it is a women thing) So weekly I take the time to go and see if I can get it back in some order and he smiles and thanks me for helping him as he tends to find it difficult looking for things. So it all works out well.

    102 days ago
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