Saturday, October 22, 2011

Floor Cleaning Time!

Hey, Y'all,
Well, this morning I decided it was really time to do my floors and if they could talk, I am sure they would have agreed with  me. Soon after I began doing my bedroom floor, Ben and Emily stopped by to do my yardwork. I was glad to see them, as I always am to see any of my family. We talked for awhile and I showed them what I have done on Teresa's quilt. I have two rows of appliqued pieces finished and will be putting it together when I have done the other ten rows. 

They did the yard for me and then we all went over to Carol's and Daryl's (her mom and dad - my daughter and son-in-law) and had lunch. Daryl was planting some flowers to beautify their yard. He is the flower person there and does a dandy job at it. 

I came back here and finished up the floors (or did they finish me? ha). Anyhow, all I lack now is getting the dishes done (not a lot of them and they can wait), and also cleaning my bathrooms. Hopefully, I can get that done before bedtime. I also did some dusting this morning with a Swifter and had to figure out how to put that little gizmo together. Do you dust first or sweep and mop first? An age - old question about which is better to do first is what that is. 

I think my new morning medication is giving me a headache. Oh, well. No more complaining, I promise. I will just deal with it. 

I have quite a bit of dusting I can do in my computer/work/sewing room. When that will happen is anyone's guess. Ha. As you can see, I have a wonderful work ethic: get it done when I get around to it. It will wait till I am ready. It has no choice. Ha ha ha. At least I brought the duster in here, and that is a beginning. Right?

Here are some pics I made of my outdoor flowers. I think they are quite lovely, don't you?

Roses on left side of my garage
Flower bed to left of my front door
Flower bed to right of my front door (it is much prettier this week than this picture shows)
Well, folks, that is it for right now. Tomorrow is church day and I do have a lesson to prepare this evening, so no sewing this evening. I hope to chat with daughter, Teresa, in a little bit. This is Blabbin' Grammy signing off for now. More later. Much love to each of you, my friends and family. Bye for now.

2 comments:

Keena said...

you sound like a busy woman

Better is Possible said...

God bless you! Enjoy your Sunday.