Who Has Time to Write? (When Buying a House)

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Who Has Time to Write? (When Buying a House)

Sweep and mop the kitchen and bathroom floors Clean the baseboards. Vacuum. Scrub the bathrooms. Clean the windows. Declutter and rearrange furniture. All of that is why I haven’t written anything in the last few weeks. I have a lot to write. A lot going through my head as I tackled each task, but no time to sit and write. I miss writing. I need to write. However, cleaning and prepping my house to sell was more important than writing. The above list was just my list. While I did all that, plus watch the girls and nurse the baby every

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My Ten Dream Super Powers

Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up some day with super powers? I have to admit I do fantasize about that on occasion, usually when I’m frustrated about a situation. This week, I decided to join the Tuesday Ten for the first time and contemplate the ten super powers I would most like to posses.  1. Invisibility: With two little toddler girls, there are times I wish I could be invisible for a moment or two. Invisibility would mean using the bathroom in peace and without an audience!  2. Duplication: Wouldn’t it be fabulous to be able to split into

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Sunday Summary 12/8/2013

Sunday Summary 12/8/2013

After a week of traveling and spending time with family, it was good to be home this week. My week was fairly quiet for a change, thank goodness. On Monday, my husband returned to work, for only 3 days. Then, on Thursday, DH and I spent our morning and afternoon cleaning and picking up around the house. I wanted everything clean before we pulled out the Christmas decorations. With that done, we were able to put up our tree and other decorations on our fireplace mantel during nap time.  Part of me is a little sad this year. Our decorations

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My Attempt at Being a Domestic Goddess

I am NOT the best housewife.  If I was, I would scrub the floors every week, vacuum every room (even if not used) every other day, dust daily, cook every meal–even breakfast, and do it with a smile and makeup on.  This does not describe me in the least.  I honestly hate cleaning on my best day, but realize it needs to get done.  I do the minimum necessary to survive.  Since I’ve had Ginny, my attempts have become virtually non-existent.  My focus is on her. In an attempt to be a better housewife, which I deemed necessary once my

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