For years, I've seen the litter dust on the tops of the cabinet doors, thinking to myself, damn I need to wash these doors, but it never got done. I made it a chore for this weekend's list and 'got er dun'. I first used Murphy's Oil Soap, and scrubbed the hell out of the doors, then I followed that up with Pledge. Totally a pain in the butt to do, but oh so pretty and shiny now. I'm under no illusion that the shiny will last, as anyone out there with cats knows litter dust is a pervasive thing and gets into everything. My next chore I want to get done, is still my hall closet and now my laundry closet doors. They need some cleaning. Note to self, add these to a future weekend list.
Finally got in my order of Washi tape samples for my Erin Condren planner. What the hell do you do with this stuff? I tried googling it, I guess you just stick them randomly throughout the days to make it pretty? Can someone out there please let me know? So far, I'm not sure I'm a planner gal. It seems heavy and bulky and I'm just not one to jot down every thing I need to do in my day. I'm still playing with it though, It's only been a month that I've had it.
Mom and I have decided we are in denial about dad. That he really didn't pass, he's just on a golfing trip. I mean we believe this with all our hearts. It does not seem real that he is gone. I'll need to look up the five stages of grief.
Be right back.........
Here are the five stages: denial, anger, bargaining ( if only stuff), depression and acceptance. So there you go. It doesn't bring my dad back.
Before I get all maudlin, let's look at the pretty pink fest we have for today.
This is Enchanted Polish September 2014, Petal and Lobster Roll.
I started with skittles.
Until next time people. Any thoughts out there?