Together! I think you have quite an abundance of alone time, but conditions have to be right for being together. What a great, thing, though, to like both!And...do I see legs and feet attached to the pair of green socks on the far right?
Yep. Those are legs and feet in the "slippers" as Roman calls them. That, as you maybe have just surmised, is Roman. I told him I was so happy to have all of those shoes in my house that I was going to take a picture, and he ran right over and lined up with them!I had more photos on here when I made this post, but I decided to take them off for now.
Yes, that seemed like a Roman sort of thing to do!
He he...I noticed the legs and feet in the green furry socks too. :)I feel really dumb asking this, but I just have to ask....When you have your dish drainer in the sink, how do you rinse the dishes as you wash them? I have always wanted a dish drainer in my sink (rather than on the counter), but couldn't quite see how you would rinse the dishes. Thanks,~Michele
Well, Michele, I hadn't really thought about it as I've always done it this way. When I had a family at home, we often had an extra drainer under the sink to use on the counter along with the one in the sink when we had a big pile of dishes to wash. Normally, I rinse quickly, either in the other sink (over the drainer where the dishes go--when drainer is full I just rinse at the very middle toward the "washing" sink"). I often start with the water level low and just rinse into the sink. I am often finished with dishes before it fills with rinse water, but if I need to, I'll drain some water from that sink. I don't know, but I somehow manage to make it work! And it can't be very complicated because I'm not one to be all fussy and super-careful. :-) I can't believe I'm writing about this! Haha. :-) And my answer is ridiculous! Ultimately, I suppose that I am simply far too lazy to move my drainer back and forth from under the sink, so I have learned to do dishes without moving it.
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Thanks Susan. :) Sorry, it seems like I'm always asking the awkward questions. I appreciate you explaining the 'how' of it to me, it was very helpful. I don't currently have a dish drainer (I use a kitchen towel on the counter) and now that I understand how it can work, I'm going to get one and give it a try.~Michele
No problem, Michele! Seriously, I don't feel awkward at all about it. Very little makes me uncomfortable. :-) It's not like you asked me a deep and probing personal question, after all! I've used kitchen towels on the counter for years, too--for the overflow. Good luck!