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Old 01-30-2009, 05:36 AM   #1
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Do you think this will get me in trouble with the Dw? Today we were at Sam's Club and I saw these Anti-Fatigue mats. I was thinking of getting 2 of them and putting one in front of the kitchen sink and stove and another in front of the washer and dryer. The DW tells me how tiring the laundry is and I figure with these mats she could do more and not get tired. I also figured the same for the kitchen. Sounds like a good idea to me, what do you think?
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Old 01-30-2009, 05:40 AM   #2
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I think that is why she you. What do you think?
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Old 01-30-2009, 06:19 AM   #3
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I think that is a very good idea, as long as you get some for the 5th wheel aalso for her ie the sewer system and a few other locations
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As a man, to me it sounds like the perfect thing to buy your DW, but I suspect that the DW won't be as happy about it as you think she'll be. <- her<-You I think that I'd stick to flowers. Always works.
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Yeah, what George said.< me after getting smacked , again!
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I was just thinking of her well being. I want her to be able to do more and not be exhausted. It would be showing her I love her.
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If I made any type of comment about wanting to buy her an item or items to help her do more house work, I would have to make a trip to the ER and promptly have her tennis shoe removed from my butt, and that would only be for starters!
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I know how you feel, george....anything to help her. That is why I taught mine how to start the lawn mower and snow blower.... and i keep them both fueled for her. she sure appreciated the snow blower....now she doesn't have th shovel the snow.



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Hey, she asks for presents like garbage disposal and dishwasher. And see I just want her to be more comfortable.
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I know how you feel, george....anything to help her. That is why I taught mine how to start the lawn mower and snow blower.... and i keep them both fueled for her. she sure appreciated the snow blower....now she doesn't have th shovel the snow.



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For some reason I bought a snow blower and she won't even touch it. DW will say that the walks need cleaned and I better get the snow blower out. Maybe some day with that. Something else to work on.
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