Last year I didn't post about Pesach cleaning until later in the process. The following are the triLcat stages of Pesach cleaning, in case you're curious:
1. Eating up the chametz.
3. Desperate procrastination
4. Cleaning gestures
5. Extreme procrastination
6. Laundry and bedrooms
8. Kitchen Cleaning
Last year, I didn't write until I was at stage 7. This year, I'm only at stage 5. Fortunately, it turns out I was tagged on a Meme last year, so I have a great way to procrastinate.
Thanks Biur Chametz.
Here it is. The A-Z meme:
American in English, just slightly funny in Hebrew. Americans think it's Israeli, though.
Red wine and cocktails. These days, I'm sticking to Kedem grape juice though
Chore I Hate:
Washing dishes and floors both destroy my back. Everything else is just unpleasant.
Love dogs, especially MY dog. Cats are ok. I'll pet them if they ask.
All electronics are essential! except the stupid tetris game I used to have. It never worked right anyway.
I like most of the Dali ones, except the red one. It smells like candy.
Gold & Silver:
I prefer gold.
High sleep latency.
1 Stepson and one baby on the way.
Most Admired Trait:
Ability to be very empathetic.
Number of Sexual Partners:
Get your head out from under our covers!
Overnight Hospital Stays:
Entirely too many, but looking forward to my next one being in July and ending with me taking home a whole new person.
spiders, especially big yucky ones
"Well, I like you. You're nice, and you're funny, and you don't smoke, and okay, werewolf but that's not all the time. I mean, three days out of the month I'm not much fun to be around either."
1 sister, 3 brothers
Time I Usually Wake Up:
Whenever Poofy can't wait any longer for his walk.
Vegetable I Refuse To Eat:
Talking when I should shut up.
I'd LOVE to have X-ray vision!
Yummy Foods I Make:
Everything I make is yummy. Yaakov likes my chicken with potatoes. People generally devour my lasagna. I always make too much stir-fry, but people like it.
I don't know, but my birthstone is a diamond and my Hebrew birthday is 2 days before Pesach. A good gift would involve help cleaning or the doggone covers for my couches!