Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Bits and pieces.

Today Daniel got his learners licence. He has driven me around to a couple of places and I am still living (obviously lol) although my heart jumped into my mouth several times while I was the teaching driver.

I am going through all my cupboards and getting rid of our excess. Fly lady says getting rid of the excess will help us with our routines. I didn't think I had much excess but when I went through all our cupboards, I found quite a few things that are not necessary and don't bless the family at all.

I have cleaned out our plastics cupboard and got rid of all the containers that don't have lids and all the lids that don't have bottoms. Goodness only knows where all their mates have ended up but they are not in my kitchen cupboards.

The heat wave we have been having finally broke today and it wasn't too hot to go out and hang washing. Sam usually hangs the washing late at night but I am going through all our cupboards and washing seems to be multiplying so I have done a few extra loads.

Steve stained our bedroom floor today but is really unhappy with the look so tomorrow he will go to Whyalla and hire a sander and start over. When the floor is finished I will take some photos and put them up here. I already have some before shots.
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