At first I was kind of bored with being clean. After everything was clean, I didn't want anyone to touch anything so we would sit and stare at each other. That didn't last long. We re-introduced school because it was the right thing to do. But, by school, I mean NO science projects, NO cutting, pasting or markers, and NO complex physics experiments. We are filling out papers, workbooks and giving oral presentations. Uninspiring to be sure. Lucky for us, reading, writing and math are all tidy activities.
I am in the second week of
I know some women who are frustrated with being a stay-at-home mom. I have always loved it and could never truly understand those women. Now I do. If I thought staying at home meant cleaning all day, I would have gone back to work years ago.
I'm not complaining, mind you. I'm glad that so many people are coming to see the house. The more viewers, the better chance that one will be a buyer, but it is a lackluster existence.
Maybe we'll take up family running. That's clean. And out of the house.
Oh, here's the new Laundry Chute I made.
I used to have a basket with the bottom cut out of it, but visitors always thought it was a garbage can. I was always finding garbage (bad bathroom garbage) in my laundry. Eww, right? I think it's a little more clear now.