Living with others, whether it’s a roommate, your parents, your children or spouse there are always odd little quirks about the other person or people you don’t understand. I’m sure I have a few, considering I blew through a few roommates in the college dorms I probably had more than a few.
But in this house with my kids, husband and pets there are plenty of things I question on a daily basis.
2. How Elsa’s castle was somehow taken over by a bear and the cast of Inside Out… I call it the Bear in the High Castle.
3. Why doesn’t dirty laundry make it in front of the washer when the washer is literally on the other side of the door that is usually open…
(That one I can defend by saying the black pair is a quick and neutral running errands shoe, the turquoise are great for the first 30 minutes and then they get too tight, and the pair on my feet are my indoor supportive slippers. And they’re Sketchers. They are comfortable.)
We wouldn’t be who we are without our quirks. And differences are what make us beautiful. So I might scratch my head and wonder why when I see any of these things, but it works somehow.