I may have mentioned that Hailey moved back home. We are working things out as two adults living in the same house have to do. I have gotten used to living alone and I like things a certain way.
Even when Hailey lived at home before we were on different floors in the house so sometimes it still felt like I lived alone.
On Saturday as she was unpacking and trying to figure out where everything goes she came to her sheets.
"You can just put these with your sheets, we have the same sized bed." Hailey said.
"Ok, but I'll have to tell you the rules for the sheets." That's what I said and continued putting things away. Hailey and Payton started laughing like they were going to bust.
I asked what was so funny and Hailey asked me what kind of person has rules for their sheets. Is it really just me? Doesn't everyone have a rotation for their sheets and towels?
I have specific rules for my sheets. First of all, I hate for them to match so I have a stack of fitted sheets, a stack of flat sheets, a stack of body pillow pillow cases and two stacks of regular pillow cases. I have a lot of pillows.
I needed to show her where she should take the things off of each stack. It's a rotation, I tried to explain to her, but being pregnant and laughing, she wound up laughing at me from the bathroom.
When she came out she was still giving me a hard time about my sheet rotation. I tried to impress upon my wayward daughter how important this is to me. I may have even said, "This is why I'm single, if I had a husband and he messed up the sheet rotation, I'd have to bury him in the backyard."
Hailey and Payton have decided that I have a problem. I think there may be an intervention in my future.