You have to love Niecy Nash on Clean House. Always turned out bandbox-spiffy from head to toe. Just the right sass and attitude. Never at a loss for a well-turned phrase. Strict as a spinster schoolmarm with those homeowners drowning in their clutter and mess who cling to their junk – even after they’ve let a TV CREW in because they want help.
Yep. A whole damn TV network crew. Poking their cameras into the nasty garage and junk-littered bedrooms. And still these people can’t part with their precious “collectible” crap. But I digress.
Niecy gave me my favorite phrase this week: Mayhem and foolishness. (Used by bizzy, better than I’ve done, but still.)
So much mayhem and foolishness in the news today, I don’t know where to start.
Seriously. I’m rethinking my longtime early morning routine - reading the daily newspaper with the TV or radio news on in the background while sipping my coffee and scarfing down breakfast. I could get crazy if I pay too much attention. If this trend continues, I’m going to start using words which really don’t add much to informed civil discourse on any subject.