For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston for October 07, 2022

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    Templo S.U.D.  4 months ago

    if it’s any consolation, Australia and New Zealand and other Southern Hemisphere countries are already doing spring clenaing

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    onespiceybbw  4 months ago

    Save yourself a lot of time and don’t do either.

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    Enter.Name.Here  4 months ago

    You are a true procrastinator when you leave spring cleaning for NEXT spring. Then you do it again. ;-)

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    Baarorso  4 months ago

    Two words..Mike and Elizabeth. Why aren’t they helping you out?

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    Johnnyrico  4 months ago

    Here we go again with the “tireless martyr who does it all and gets no appreciation” routine..

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    drbee  4 months ago

    And Then you decide to wait till next spring, if you are really Serious about procrastinating…lol

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    Susan00100  4 months ago

    Many households have both spring and fall cleaning. This was especially true in the 19th century.

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    LeftCoastKen Premium Member 4 months ago

    Never put off until tomorrow that which you can ignore forever …

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    JSH in Dover  4 months ago

    I represent that remark!

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    goboboyd  4 months ago

    Preparing the nest for a long winter.

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    gammaguy  4 months ago

    A serious procrastinator is one who does cleaning in order to avoid having to deal with paying bills.

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    dcdete.  4 months ago

    Interesting, goComics has skipped a cartoon which was between yesterday’s and today’s back in 1993, so as to align up the correct date. That missing cartoon had April answer the phone and the caller asks “Where is your mother?” April answers “Inna house.” Caller says “Go find your mother.” April innocently hangs up the phone and finds her mother doing laundry, hugs her mothers leg “Mommy”. Elly smiles, lovingly.

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    Ken Otwell  4 months ago

    So what do you call it when you leave your spring cleaning until you’re retired?

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    Larrycleve  4 months ago

    Sad thing is no one in her household will notice what she did.

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    John Jorgensen  4 months ago

    Actually, I use cleaning as a way to procrastinate still more daunting tasks.

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    timinwsac Premium Member 4 months ago

    I guess it’s about time to take down the Christmas lights from last year.

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    annqueue  4 months ago

    Spring cleaning used to be when folks would deep clean all the soot out of the house from running the woodstove all winter. With cleaner heating systems I think fall cleaning makes more sense, before we’re all shut up in our houses all winter.

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    CitizenOfTheValley  4 months ago

    I can do one better – I left my spring cleaning until the following spring. LOL

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    djtenltd  4 months ago

    That’s okay, Elly. You’re doing better than a lot of housewives.

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    Foob  4 months ago

    Don’t forget to shave the sheets!

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    kab2rb  4 months ago

    Then I am worse.

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    fuzz3942  4 months ago

    So true!

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    baraktorvan  4 months ago

    I do a through cleaning in Fall and Spring

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    HodgeElmwood  4 months ago

    Yessir, nothing as smart as climbing up on stepladders in socks with no shoes.

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    Ugly, Fat and Crabby  4 months ago

    I usually leave mine until next spring. And I somehow don’t manage to get it done then, either.

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