OK, this is Saturday, and we have the Mystery Person Contest this morning here at Old Picture of the Day. Ready, Set, Go!!!
Oh yes, to all you Naysayers out there, I fixed the sink yesterday. Did not call the plumber, I got it done all by myself. It only took about 3 minutes to put the faucet on. Problem was, it took 6 hours to get the old one off. It had the big nut way up under the sink, and no tool known to man could fit up in there to loosen it. It took me all day to get it done, and there were no leaks. Well, Mrs. PJM came home, and she was just delighted. She was squealing with joy seeing that I had gotten the j0b done. I am viewed now as being a real peach of a husband. This, and the peacock project have propelled me to super-husband status. OK, there was one little setback on the sink project. Seeing how Mrs. PJM was so happy to have the sink working, and how joyful she was, I blurted out, "Well, Happy Birthday!" We then had one of those, what they call, "learning moments". (Note to Self: Women do not consider home repairs as suitable Birthday gifts). Daughter and I are now on our way to Fredericksburg, Tx. to birthday shop for Mrs. PJM.
OK, now that I have the sink fixed, I note that Mrs. PJM is in there this morning washing her hair in the sink. Would someone help me understand why women wash their hair in the kitchen sink? Understand our situation. Our house has three bathrooms. Each is fully functional, well equipped, and stocked with all necessary supplies. There are three people living in our house. So, each person has their very own bathroom. Now, when I step in the kitchen, Mrs. PJM is in their washing her hair. I come back a little later, and daughter is washing her hair in there. If daughter has friends over, I go in the kitchen, and they are all washing their hair in the kitchen. Also note, I have never seen a man wash his hair in the kitchen sink. Why dont women just wash their hair in the shower. Would that not be easier? Women, please advise.