Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I'm not crazy about the type of person who is overly tidy. My mom is one and it wasn't a very fun way to grow up. I think there are two types of people in this world; organized and sloppy.
Once he uses something, he cannot put it away. If he takes out a screwdriver, it stays on the counter. If he opens a package, the packaging sits until I throw it away. Every day he leaves an empty soda can on the coffee table. If he opens a cabinet, the door remains open. At the moment, there are four pairs of rubber boots at our back entry. He constantly accumulates little piles of coins and receipts on his bedside table until I go through the mess and clean it up.
She likes a stack of books and magazines scattered on and around the nightstand. He likes to keep his side of the bed clutter-free. She doesn't have any problem tucking into a dinner while the pots and pans sit on the stove. He can only make it through half his meal before jumping up to scrub them clean. His tolerance for mess is low and it drives him insane to have dishes in the sink or stacks of books next to the bed.
Dear Annie: I have a year-old daughter who is lazy. But I recently needed surgery myself, and she has no interest in helping me at all. A while back, I hired someone to clean her bedroom. It took two days. It was absolutely disgusting.