"Toothbrush." I sat patiently for the Husband to open the package.
"Very hot water." I held up a metal bowl filled with cold water. "You'll have to throw that water out first." I must've looked quite vacant as I sat debating myself where to do that when the Husband offered me two options. I stood up.
"Baking soda." The Husband poured the powder. "More, don't be stingy."
The task was done. We sounded like play surgeons. Just for the heck of it, I asked the Husband to pour baking soda into the two openings of the u-shaped pipe that was full of vinegar. Sizzzzzzzle. "Like a volcano," said the Husband.
This morning the Husband had to unscrew the pipe from the bathroom sink because the brush part of a paintbrush dropped into the drain while I was washing it. Oops. It turned out the brush was still stuck in the drain, but with some pushing and pulling, it easily slid out. What became a bigger task was cleaning the u-shaped pipe. It was quite fun though since the Husband and I did it together. The cheap thrills of retirement.
Other forms of lovely retirement (and I suppose pandemic) entertainment I had the past few weeks were propagating plants, painting more wall and light switch plates, and making hot pads for the kitchen (one pad has a chicken print on one side, a monkey print on the other.)
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