Our children are missing the use-a-towel-hang-up-wet-towel-on-rod chip. What the H-E-L-L?
This time: a child can only shower when I am home. Child wishing to shower, hands me a $10 towel deposit. The deposit is returned when the SAME towel is hung up after the shower on that child's assigned towel rod AND I witness it. Hard? I wouldn't think so. I feel like all I do is collect damp or crusty towels from bedroom floors and other odd places. Like the formal living room furniture, or in front of clean laundry piles in my bedroom - where some people like to take their chances of having a family member surprise them and enter the bedroom while they are mid-dressing. That would be awkward.
When grilled, no one knows anything about towel displacement. It is all shrugs and head shaking and blank stares. They plead the 5th.
I might make the entire lot of them fork over $10 when I discover a mislaid towel. That would equate to $60 per towel discovery. My hope: they join forces with me and start to pay close attention to their goofy siblings.
The problem here is that this crew of rule-breakers will snag a beach towel from the beach bin or a high end towel from my bathroom (my towels are not REALLY high end, but they are a tad thicker than kid towels). Solution: I am currently shopping for a lockable container where I will be forced to store ALL TOWELS. That's right. I am kicking ass and taking
totally unrelated: SKINNY POP
This stuff is delish. Am I the only one that has my head halfway in the bag chowing down on it before I realize that it can probably no longer be referred to as 'skinny' anything? Once I swallow half so many handfuls in one standing (I almost never sit), it is not adding to my skinny-self.