[MOL] What Do Women Do All Day? [13252] Medicine On Line

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[MOL] What Do Women Do All Day?

 What Do Women Do All Day?
>    Every minute, to and fro,
>    That's the way my hours go;
>    Bring me this, and take me that,
>    Feed the dog, take out the cat.
>    Standing up, I eat my toast,
>    Drink my coffee, thaw the roast.
>    Empty the garbage, make the bed,
>    Rush to church, then wash my head.
>    Sweep the kitchen, wax the floor,
>    Scrub the woodwork, clean the doors;
>    Scour the bathtub, then myself;
>    Vacuum carpets, straighten shelves.
>    Eat my sandwich on the run...
>    Now my afternoon's begun.
>    To the baseball game I go,
>    When will there be time to sew?
>    Meet the teacher, stop the fight,
>    See the dentist, fly the kite.
>    Help with homework, do the wash,
>    Iron the clothes, put on the squash.
>    Shop for groceries, cash a check,
>    Fight the crowds, now I'm a wreck;
>    Dinner time it soon will be,
>    "What's for dinner?" they ask,
>    Wait and see.
>    Dirty dishes crowd the sink,
>    Next there's popcorn, then a drink.
>    Will they never go to bed?
>    Will I ever get ahead?
>    "Bring me water." "Get the light."
>    Turn off the TV, lock the bike.
>    "Where's my pillow?" "Hear my prayers."
>    "Did you lock the door downstairs?"
>    At last in bed, my spouse and I,
>    Too tired to move, too weak to cry.
>    But e'er I doze, I hear him say,
>    "What do women do all day?"
>    Poem by Marshall H. Hart

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