Wednesday 10-05-2017 – Get Set for Clean up Your Room Day

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    katzenjammer
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    If kits had rooms would said rooms be vast wastelands, overflowing with what they consider “good stuff?” The mind boggles. Then again in any home, ALL rooms belong to the kits!





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    Cats cleaning – that’s funny 😆 I love the cobweb basement cat!

    Miss Moppet is in my lap bathing herself. She’s so long and lean that she gets in seriously convoluted positions.




    Another exciting day. I’m trying to fill in the bare areas in the front so I’m going to plant my roses…I think.

    Cya and have a happy~
    PG

    ‘N Goeie nag vir almal Afrikans)
    A good night to all

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    #858874
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    The room (bedroom?)is easy. The home office is the killer.

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    JerseyJoan
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    Good morning – such funny pics! I learned early on that the garden window we used to have in our house must have ample space for kitty tv.
    Given the different purrsonalities cats have, their rooms would be quite different. Some would have posh furniture and ample toys and bedding, others would be full of milk carton rings and plastic bags!

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    #858886
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    Goodness, so many action packed pics today it’s making me dizzy!!!!

    I actually like cleaning and find that if I keep to a routine disorganization rarely if ever occurs. But that’s me. Nothing is ever out of place and orderliness is one de-stressor.

    My home office is a fold up unit that I was fortunate to have found at IKEA as it is solid wood with a classic look that blends in well with my other LR pieces. And it has ample shelving, drawers and a place for ‘puter, printer, efurrything. And when it’s closed – well work is done for the day! An awesome street find wood file cabinet, cleverly disguised as a cabinet, ie file drawers on one end/cupboard on the other keeps “archives”/supplies in purrfect order.

    Plus N comes efurry 2 wks to do heavier stuff, ie vacuuming. Plus I’m dealing with a relatively small space, like 800 sq ft.

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    I finally made it here so I could post! Had a hair appointment today and it didn’t rain (yet) so had time to get into the flower beds and pull some weeds. I have one of those garden kneelers with knee pads and it has handles that help me to get back up–what a godsend!! My hip feels different/better each week that goes by. I could have used one of those many years ago but I guess I thought they were only for ‘old’ people!! 😮 😆

    My stylist moved and started her own business–set up in an old building downtown, which is just adorable. LOVE the new location and new equipment and chairs!

    #858896
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    I have one of those garden kneelers from Lee Valley – not only for gardening but also cleaning baseboards and scrubbing corners that don’t get clean with the mop.

    I hate cleaning, but if not it becomes horribly cluttered. My two desks are more like wooden tables with drawers for office supplies. I don’t have a living room; that whole room is an office. What on earth would I do with a living room? Friends always land up in the kitchen, and I don’t have a television.

    I’ve been doing a lot of spring cleaning, but still have to get the donations to charity shops. Some of them are heavy…

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