Everywhere I look, destruction

May 28, 2008

Only staying at my house long enough to make a mess from Thursday through last night has created a daunting to-do list – just to get back to where I was last Wednesday 😦

Realization:  One thing just put “down” and not put “away” leads to many things where they don’t belong.  It is a mudslide triggered by one speck of dirt.

Yeah, yeah.  I’m sure every body already knows this and blah blah blah…  Some of us are a little slow on the uptake/need a lightning bolt to the head for things to sink in. 

I am finding it a little difficult to move on with things – even once I clear the detritus of late.  Finding just *the* linens for my room is proving difficult.  I may have to change my strategy (NO!!)  Motivating myself to sand down the entire bathroom is impossible.  Just knowing that everything will be blanketed in a thin film of white dust (highly toxic no doubt based on the quality of workmanship exhibited throughout my place), and that dust will certainly make its way outside the bathroom… ICK, with a capital I, C and K.

Of course from there I’ll be able to crank it out in no time, but that’s not really helping me empty the room and git-to-gittin.

Any body care to offer me a little incentive? 😉 Really, just having some help with something would get me off my ass.  Can you believe that except for the baseboards everything has been me and me alone?  What happened to “it takes a village”?  Oh yeah, that’s raising children, not painting apartments, huh?  Dammit.  Ok, anyone want to take the child?


One comment

  1. I will take the child. Put her on a plane. Just a carry on will do. It is hot so all she needs is a couple pairs of shorts, a couple of tops and a swim suit. I will provide all of the rest….oh yeah…she will need to bring her DS too!

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