Posts Tagged ‘Heather’s Household Truths’

Don’t Be a Wuss

I tell you, there’s just way too much to learn about food. ~Anonymous Home Ec 101 Reader Heather says: As humans we are constantly learning. Well, most of us, right? Learning to cook isn’t like a college course, well except for culinary school and then it is exactly that, but for our intents and purposes…

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Keeping it Real

Heather says: So last night as I was scrubbing the bathroom for the house sitter -who has sworn to not publicly embarrass me with any hidden messes she uncovers. I glanced up and realized that the fan has been missed in the great bathroom cleansing ritual, probably since we bought the house. So today I am…

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Dealing with Dinner Dynamics

Heather says: While I am concentrating on food in this particular essay, the general sentiment can be applied to life in general.  Secondly there are no special needs in my household, with the exception of an intolerance to red dye #40.  If you are dealing with special needs, whether physical or psychological, I advise you…

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Heather’s Household Truths #9

Heather says: The clothes washer flooding the laundry room is not the most convenient* way to clean all the lint from the floor underneath and behind the large appliances, but it is highly effective. *Nor is it a particularly auspicious beginning to 2008, especially when it is the first load of the week.

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Heather’s household truths: Ivy style

Ivy says: When you get super busy, you’ll forget something. And it’ll always be something important, like paying your auto insurance at renewal time.  And you’ll only remember that you need to pay your renewal when you nearly wreck into someone. And then when you call to get that fixed, the computers at your insurance…

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