I was doing the right thing. Even though I’d messed up and NOT started the dishwasher the night before, I was starting it that morning.
Yay for getting back on track.
And the kitchen really looked nice. Clean counters. Mostly clean sink.
Except for that one measly cookie sheet that wouldn’t fit into the dishwasher for this load. I mean, knowing what I know about the comparative neatness of the kitchen, it’s like it wasn’t even sitting there in the sink.
Except that it was.
And so was my handy-dandy soap-in-the-handle dish wand.
I shook my head to clear the Slob Vision Fog, set the timer on my phone (like any good Slob Blogger would) and washed that blankety-blank cookie sheet. I even dried it.
And get this, I PUT IT AWAY!!!!!
All in less than a minute and five seconds!!!
I even shut the drawer.
And, obviously, took pictures.
Technically, the “clean kitchen” came from a little more time spent before this final task. But I wasn’t going to do the final task. So it wouldn’t have been a clean kitchen. But it was, in only 1 minute and 3.58 seconds. I’m calling that a win.