Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Chores done...maid fired.

Well today was chores day. The tanks have been emptied, the water filled and the laundry finished. The only negative thing today is the firing of the maid. I think I have been more than tolerant, but as we enter the 5th year with no sign of her I think it's time to accept the fact that she is just not working out. 


The campground I'm staying in is starting to fill in anticipation of the holiday week coming up and I am pulling out in the morning to head further north. Here is what this campground looks like.


Lots of trees, but I still was able to get a satellite signal.

There is a small canal adjacent to the park and they have canoe rentals which the kids seem to love.

Cabins are available for families.

This is a nice serene place to kick back and just enjoy the good life.

19 comments:

  1. Lovely park. We like trees just so they don't interfere with the satellite.

    Maybe you could advertise on Craigslist for a traveling maid. They have traveling nurses, why not maids?

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    1. Just the thought of what might apply scares me.

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  2. If you had a small bouquet of flowers on your table a maid might work out better! Be safe

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    1. With that comment you're not all that anonymous, Marie.

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  3. You so funny! Good luck on finding another one.

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  4. Perhaps you have earned your stripes as a butler?!?!

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    1. The market for my abilities would be rather narrow.

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    1. Maid doesn't know that, she's never showed up to collect a paycheck.

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  6. We must have hired the same maid. Just can't get good help anymore

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  7. I think your problem is that you move around too much. How could any self respecting maid even begin to catch up to you with your whirlwind schedule, to say nothing of all the social obligations you constantly fulfill.

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  8. I'm thinking either you didn't screen the maid good enough on the job interview or the fact that you call yourself Shoeless Joe might have scared her off.

    How could anyone that can't afford shoes be an employer? ;c)

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