Hey, all of you Mormon chics (or dudes), do you remember that song from Primary... Saturday is a Special Day, it's the day we get ready for Sunday. Do to do, duh ta duh... You know the one. It's the one that you sing about how the "family" slaves all day on Saturday so that Sunday will be peaceful and spiritual. The words in the "original" song mentions that we brush our clothes (huh?) and that we trim our nails (this is actually what we do with Cody. One of his nicknames is Claw Toes). Well I've changed the words that fit my reality. Sing along kids!
Monday is a horrible day, It's the day we recover from Sunday; Mom vacuums the floors, and goes to the bank, so the check to Walmart doesn't bounce. (I never said it would rhyme)
She scrubs the toilet, and does 100 loads of wash, So her family doesn't have to wear last weeks underwear.
I try to clean the toilets every other day, because the little boys and sometimes, big boys, have trouble with their aim.
I love these disposable toilet cleaners, because I don't have to store nasty toilet brushes in my house.
(The font wouldn't change here, go figure.)
Then She does the dishes, takes care of grumpy kids, all because the family did nothing on Saturday or Sunday!
It's dinner time and the dishes are still not done from the day before!
He may not look too angry here, but believe me a few seconds ago it wasn't pretty!
ooooo, you better hide kid!