I love everything about that girl but ONE thing . . she’s a darned good housekeeper! There’s no clutter in her house. No dust. No grime. For someone like me who’s just a slob at housekeeping, I could never have my home as clean as Nicole keeps her home.
For at least four hours I’ve been cleaning and though she would never say anything, I know she’s going to feel like she needs to clean when she gets here.
I’ve dusted all the blinds and windowsills. I’ve vacuumed. The slipcovers on the sofa and chairs will be washed before they get here.
Everything little hands can reach that could cause harm has been moved. The fireplace tools . . on the porch. The gas valve on the side of the fireplace . . on the mantle. (The truth is . . I’m putting this in the blog post so when I can’t find the darned thing, I can search on the blog and see where I put it!)
Instead of unplugging and removing all the gizmos that make the TV run, we’re going to stack boxes in front of the bottom part of the TV stand. Won’t that be attractive?
Clean sheets are on the bed. The quilts have been washed.
There’s plenty more cleaning to be done but I think that’s about it for today. I have a quilt to bind!