Before you are allowed to come to my home, I ask that you take this simple survey. Please answer true of false for each statement:
Cleanliness is next to Godliness
I want to see floors that shine like the top of the Chrysler building.
I will let my child eat pizza without a plate while sitting on the carpet even though plates are available, as well as a table and chairs.
A Place for Everything and Everything in it's Place.
I wear a lot of black, and cannot tolerate cat hair on my clothing.
Children should be seen and not heard.
I don't think it's at all rude to answer my cell phone while in your home, and then have a twenty minute conversation with someone else.
I will know what kind of person you are by peering into your medicine cabinet, or under your kitchen sink.
My children only have toys in their bedrooms, and they follow the rule "put it away before you get out something else to play with."
All tastefully decorated homes come in shades of beige.
I expect a hostess to wait on me.
My child does not understand that stickers and crayons are only used on paper, but I feel no need to supervise them while they are doing arts and crafts.
I have a habit of leaving exterior doors wide open.
Because my child is the guest, they should get to do whatever they want.
If you have answered TRUE to any of the above questions, I'm sorry, but the Maypole is closed for business. Maybe we'll see you at the park.
This has been another edition of Monday Mission. This weeks mission was to write a post in the form a personality test (idea thanks to Emily, inspired by Alpha Dogma). Write you own test and leave me a link in the comments (I STILL haven't resolved the Mr. Linky issue. Sorry.) and I'll get them into the post.
Melissa has a Mother of a Quiz
Alpha Dogma is clearly at the top of the heap of the most recent Team Oprah applications after her expounded personality test
upcoming missions, should you choose to accept them, are to write posts in the style of:
5/19: a list of rules
5/26: a warning label