Monday, May 12, 2014

The Journey

Today is cleaning day. My cleaning lady and her team are tearing up the house. (grinning) Literarily. Cabinets washed, curtains washed, baseboards cleaned, floors scrubbed and waxed. And wonderful Granddaughter number two arrived yesterday paint clothes on and painted the tulip border I couldn't stand in my bedroom.

Then she hung the new curtains and the room looks so much better. I will be able to die without having to look at a border of colored blobs that are supposed to look like tulips. They are modernistic.

As a romantic I don't really like modern blobs. Now I'm happy. And the cleaning team is now in the room moving furniture and cleaning. I'm going to get to die with a clean house. That probably sounds silly to some people, but it's important to me. We have to have the carpet cleaned and then I'll be ecstatic. That means I have only a couple of thing to finish up, like arranging the music for my funeral yet and I think??? I have almost everything finished. I'm wondering if I should write my own ob. One more thing - the transfer of the business. Got to do that yet. UGH! I get to deal with the IRS. Keeping fingers crossed it will be simple. Knowing a bit about taxes, oh, boy!!!

With that happy thought, I'm taking a nap.


1 comment:

Liz Flaherty said...

I'm glad your tulips got painted. I don't like modernistic either.