Monday, November 19, 2012
There is nothing like spending half the afternoon -- heck, three quarters of the afternoon -- cleaning your house, and then wondering if the progress you made is visible to the naked eye.
That happened to me yesterday!
I am having the family Thanksgiving so I must needs clean and child-proof the house. And there is just so much to do.
The problem is not dirt. The problem is clutter. I got that picture up above on the Internet but it is pretty close to the truth. All it needs is some Leonard Pennario albums and file cards to make the picture complete.
Then as I clean up I keep finding things I want to listen to and look at. Well, I am good at fighting that.
I found part of a Choceur chocolate bar from Albrecht Discount and ate it.
I found a Beethoven sonata book and so I stopped and played the piano for a little while.
Two steps forward, one step back! That is how the house is cleaned. At least I think it is cleaned. Well, I think I have started at least anyway.
Can anybody tell?
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You should have a reality show following you around -- one episode could be called "Mary Cleans Up"; another "Mary Goes to Yard Sales," where you buy a Last Rites kit then discover you have another one at home you forgot about. If you made this stuff up, no one would believe it!
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