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07 March 2006


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Darn, that's the way I mop mine. I was hoping you'd discovered something better. Sigh. At least my kids think it's fun -- they pretend to be Cinderella.

The problem with dividing it into bitsy pieces over several days is that it takes me at least an hour of psyching myself up to mop each little section. Better to stick it out for the half hour it takes to do the entire floor.


I tried this yesterday, and my floor does look very nice (except for that patch under the table that I didn't have time to get to, although you're right that the method allows for interruptions). Instead of scrubbing with a towel, however, I used an old dish sponge with an abrasive side, which took up most of the narsty bits nicely. And my floor hasn't been scrubbed in a good six weeks...

But I blame you for getting me charged up to scrub my floor a week and a half after having a baby! I'm all sore today...


Mrs. Darwin,

Nobody can make you scrub your floor but yourself.

Regards, Erin

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