I don’t know why I do it. I should perhaps put it off and leave it to my children to do, but every year I do it. What is it?
I’m not talking the normal weekend chase the dog-hair bunnies around the room and mop up the stuff on the white tile. Seriously, what sadist has white tile in their house when they have animals and children (even grown children).
No, I’m talking about the spring cleaning stuff that I spread out over the year. I start in January and end in August. Or give up. I let myself choose, but I like it to be a mystery.
I’ve already cleaned out the hall closet and the files of my local writers group. Now I have to decide if I’m going to conquer the most hated jobs first or the easiest ones.
I should start with the dreaded ones as they are the most soul sucking jobs in my house. So here’s my top whatever cleaning chores.
1. My desk (Paper is like rabbits, it multiplies when you’re not looking
2. My office (Where did all that stuff come from?)
3 The garage (worse than rabbits)
4. The pool house (there’s wall repairs in my future and painting
5. Under the entertainment unit. CDs have gone missing, but then my DVD pile to be rewatched grows.
6. The kitchen cabinets.
7. The laundry area (I think things migrate here from the kitchen
8. My closet. My husband has more shoes than me because he doesnt throw any of them away.
9 The storage shed. I always look like a retard having a fit when I walk through the spider webs. There’s always spider webs
10 I emptied the attic last year, so SCORE! none of that for me this year! I win. I think I’ll start here.
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