Good morning my favorite bloggy friends! So excited that it is Friday (even though it’s the hubby’s duty week and he will be spending alot of time at work this weekend), but no matter Friday’s are Friday’s and that simply makes them exciting in my book.
Anywho. Melinda over at “Coming Clean” has started this great new idea! She is hosting Operation Organization over at her blog and I have decided to join in. It’s an 8 week thing with one sole purpose: organize those areas of your house that you keep putting off! I encourage you all to participate. I’m super excited. I have lots of ideas on what I want to do, so here is a breakdown of a few of the small things I have in mind.
Clean out the closets and go through Noah’s toys…give stuff we don’t need or use to GoodWill.
Clean out from under the stairs (I have a storage area under my staircase…when we first moved in it became a holding ground for junk we didn’t really know where to put…it’s a disaster!)
Clean out and organize my pantry.
Set up my desk and organize what little scrapbook stuff I have.
My goal for today is simple: CLEAN MY HOUSE! I have my schedule set up to tackle one or two things at a time instead of all at once during the week, but I want my entire house clean before I start that. Then I feel like it’s actually getting clean…I told you. I’m obsessive compulsive about my house being clean. LOL. Part of Melinda’s project is to share before and after photos…sigh. I guess I will be forced to show you all what a disaster my house is right now. I haven’t gotten around to cleaning it since we got home from Alabama last week. I usually put my cleaning off until Friday-one, because Josh is off and he can entertain Noah; and two, because I like to start my weekend with a spotless house! Makes me enjoy the weekend more. So, anywho. Photos of my disaster zone to come. (Along with a few more posts I have in mind for today.)
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