Sometimes it's the smallest of things
Yesterday we installed a new freezer and today we transferred what we'd managed to save from the old one to the new one. Ash offered to do it then stood in total confusion as he tried to work out where to start so I went out to 'help'. I hope by now you've realised that mostly I can cope with just about anything that's thrown at me but do you know what tipped me over the edge today? The final food item taken out of the old freezer was a bread loaf and I suggested he took that into the kitchen and put it in the bread bin. He disappeared inside with it and I thought no more of that loaf until I went to make a sandwich at lunchtime only to discover the defrosted loaf sat on the worktop next to a bread bin containing two more loaves. What really got to me was that one small thing - he hadn't looked at those loaves and thought 'we only need one out I'll go and put this back in the freezer'.
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