Nov 21, 2011

What Happens Next?

I was out one time and when I came back, my daughters' clothes were already ironed. I should be grateful about it but the OC (obsessive-compulsive) in me can't stop checking how the clothes were folded.. Hmm, I ended up folding it again and even ironing some. I just can't help it. This is me. I'm not a neat-freak person but when it comes to my kids' clothes, I want it to look clean and neatly folded. I don't want others to take pity on them when they see my daughters wearing crumpled clothes. Even with the socks, it was not enough with me to see it rolled and folded. I've to make sure it was done neatly. Oh well. But with my own clothes, I don't mind since I'm not so particular with it. I only iron if it's needed (or depends on the quality of the clothes).

I also happened to check the trash and found my daughter's Halloween decorations thrown in the garbage. Hey, that was newly bought! My daughter learned about it and called someone responsible for throwing and she got this answer: "Your bat Halloween looked like a devil!". My daughter was astounded.

I explained to my daughter that bats looked more like a vampire :)... Bats are actually birds and they happen to be nocturnal just like the owl. Except that bats have red eyes and it will attack people if provoked, otherwise, some bats are harmless. Well, there are some things that looked like an angel but actually a devil inside.. Oh, I didn't tell her that last part. :p

I told my daughter to keep her things right away if she intends to use it the next year. Or else, all her things will be thrown without even asking her permission . Definitely that's not me who's going to do it for I am a keeper of things. But if it's beyond my control, for I happen to be out, then everything can be found at the trash.. and I don't know what happens next... (scratch my head, shake my head, tsk3x).