…come again some other day!
Don’t know about the rest of you on the eastern seaboard of the USA, but I’m dang tired of rain! It’s been raining since last Friday, with deluges on a regular basis. The flowers are flat. The grass is really green. The air is so thick it feels like what I imagine a tropical rainforest would feel like. The mosquitoes are gonna be awful this year! Ugh!
Household projects continue. The den got painted over the weekend. The trim needs one last coat of pure white paint, which yours truly will take care of today. Then the moving of furniture will commence tomorrow so the new rugs can be put down on Friday. After that is done, the return to normalcy of the first floor of our home will occur, for which I will be very glad. It isn’t intolerable by any stretch, but if you are like me and crave orderliness, well…let’s just say I’ll be glad for Friday afternoon. And the place will look beautiful and be really, really clean.
On one of my discussion lists, I asked for suggestions on how to help my priest get organized and clean off his dining room and kitchen tables which he has christened, “The Black Hole of Calcutta.” He puts papers and mail there and they mass produce on their own over night, so that now he’s drowning in paper and can’t find anything!
Since I am an “organizer,” and enjoy rearranging and cleaning up places like the basement and closets, I offered my help to my priest. You see, this organizing thing is like a sickness, I joked on the list. Well, there were more than a few ladies who joked back, saying they’d be more than happy to wine and dine me, pay transportation fees, etc., to have me visit their homes and help organize them! LOL! They even mapped out a travel itinerary for me! LOL! It was quite humorous. I know the hubster drops to his knees and gives thanks to God every tax season because things are so organized, it makes the process significantly easier.
Well, off to paint. Have a dry day eastern USA friends. And to the rest of my dear readers, have a sunny day wherever you are!