I said it would not stay that neat for long. I was right - it rapidly went back to the messy look......
Well, I had to get busy and get it cleaned up again, as family came in town Saturday for an overnight stay, and the table space was needed. They have now left, so will enjoy the neat/tidy look for a brief time.
Actually, the clutter has already started to return as I am sitting at the table now with notebook typing. I gave up a while back trying to come up with a workspace that does not have to be cleared constantly. Think I am going to put that back on the "List".
Actually, if I would get rid of some of my
My Time Ran Out: A bit over a year ago, I did a little cutting on some expenses here and there - one being my cable service as I was paying for so many channels I never watch. One of the changes was that I would no longer have HGTV. I continued to get the channel and figured I misunderstood something. Turns out it just took them a year to change my package and it has now disappeared. I rarely watched the channel anymore - Sadly not what it used to be. Just my opinion.
Just Curious: When doing a little net surfing, I ran across a site and there was a post about Spring cleaning. Some were commenting about "washing walls". I remember using wall paper cleaner (looked like a big wad of pink bubble gum) to clean the wall paper in the house when growing up, but don't remember ever washing the walls. OK - When I do a major cleaning job, I scrub/sanitize certain wall areas in the bathrooms and kitchen, spot check door facings, switch plates, etc. to see if I need to wipe off finger prints, smudges, etc., as well as use a long handled duster to get any dust bunnies/cobwebs lurking in corners, behind furniture, etc.. Normally, I just wipe off something when I notice it, or if can't stop to do it right then, I put it on my "list" and do later. But to actually "wash the walls" down from ceiling to floor - No. Am I the only one that does not " wash their walls" ? Am I misinterpreting what they are saying?
ETA: Now that I sit here and typed all that about washing walls, I guess there are certain types of heating systems that could cause a film on the walls and washing them would be an alternative to having to repaint so often. Hmmmmm!?!?
Off to cover some gray - not talking about paint either.
Just another Dab of This and That ramble.
Have a great week!