FS Monday day 11

FS Monday day 11

Joined: October 28th, 2005, 10:05 am

June 11th, 2012, 11:34 am #1

The weather does not look so hot today so no line drying.... DS2 has an outdoor field trip that might not be the most fun if it rains... my plans are to hit aldi for groceries and buy some dog food.... Then watch my friends kids after school- last time for that and I have to say I am pretty excited to be getting out of that..
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Joined: June 25th, 2005, 4:29 pm

June 11th, 2012, 11:49 am #2

The objective for today is to stay cool. It is going to be 90 degrees out. I have the slip and slide set up under a large shade tree. I I feel really ambitious this morning I will put away laundry. I will have a full house by 10AM so no major chores will be accomplished today.
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Joined: May 28th, 2006, 3:48 am

June 11th, 2012, 11:56 am #3

The weather does not look so hot today so no line drying.... DS2 has an outdoor field trip that might not be the most fun if it rains... my plans are to hit aldi for groceries and buy some dog food.... Then watch my friends kids after school- last time for that and I have to say I am pretty excited to be getting out of that..
Yesterday was HOT and I didn't sleep well at all. It was stuffy upstairs in our bedroom so I moved down to the family room couch where it was also unusually hot even though it was nice and cool outside. Around 3am I heard the boiler kick on and finally realized that the heat was on in the family room. It's an old dial thermostat just for that room and it must have gotten bumped during the day. It cooled off immediately (duh) and I slept well after that but it wasn't long enough.

I can't face wallpaper removal today so I'm going to run errands instead: city pool membership, school change information for ds, pick up window screens I ordered at the hardware store and maybe Home Depot to look for new handles and hinges for the kitchen. The cabinets are in great condition but the hardware is copper colored and worn so the base metal underneath is showing through the handles. I've considered spray painting them, but I don't think it would hold up well on parts that get so much use.

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Joined: May 24th, 2006, 6:46 pm

June 11th, 2012, 2:00 pm #4

The weather does not look so hot today so no line drying.... DS2 has an outdoor field trip that might not be the most fun if it rains... my plans are to hit aldi for groceries and buy some dog food.... Then watch my friends kids after school- last time for that and I have to say I am pretty excited to be getting out of that..
Its the last day of Kindergarten, we are taking them to a park for a picnic and to play... the 1st graders are going to a water park which they will enjoy. It should be a fun day overall.

" life isnt about waiting for the storms to pass, its about learning to dance in the rain."
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Joined: December 1st, 2006, 5:36 pm

June 11th, 2012, 4:24 pm #5

The weather does not look so hot today so no line drying.... DS2 has an outdoor field trip that might not be the most fun if it rains... my plans are to hit aldi for groceries and buy some dog food.... Then watch my friends kids after school- last time for that and I have to say I am pretty excited to be getting out of that..
I ended up taking Thurs and Fri off last week to stay off my leg for awhile and to let the prednisone do its thing. I can tell some improvement; hopefully it won;t go back after walking around now. I did head to Walmart last night and got a cane. It helps keep pressure off the leg some walking long distances. I was actually able to get ready this morning w/o haivng to sit down once! I did have to prop my leg up occasionally to ease the tingling, but it's not quite as painful as it was. My hip/butt is significantly better.

No plans to spend any money today. I brought lunch w/ me, and I'll figure out something for supper when I get home this evening. I spent $40 at WM last night (cane [$11.87] and food), and that was all I spent since last Wed, so that's good. I was afraid I'd get bored at home and order stuff online, LOL!

I do have to stop off at the dump on the way home to drop off my trash. I had forgotten all about it in the car last Wednesday until last evening. Pee-eww! Temps had been around 90 which did not help. I tried to drop it off this AM, but the were changing out the container (this is a satellite site), and the line to get in was a mile long. So, I will have to do it on the way home, which means no stops anywhere because I have to get there before they close. Major airing out and air freshener is needed in the car. LOL!
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Joined: May 21st, 2006, 4:46 am

June 11th, 2012, 5:14 pm #6

The weather does not look so hot today so no line drying.... DS2 has an outdoor field trip that might not be the most fun if it rains... my plans are to hit aldi for groceries and buy some dog food.... Then watch my friends kids after school- last time for that and I have to say I am pretty excited to be getting out of that..
(Sung to the tune of the "Hee Haw" song, "Gloom, despair and agony on me")

So far today:
(1) Aunt called from AZ and none of them are coming to the family reunion we are hosting in August, and THEY were the main reason we were going to do it. DH's cousin broke her hip and in August has to have her shoulder repaired of damage from the same fall.

(2) DS called and can't hang out with his dad tonight because he tripped over a plaster cast at work and popped his back.

(3) The sample I gave to the doc in the box Friday night was contaminated and they have no idea whether I have a UTI. Trust me...I have a UTI!

All of this before 8:30 a.m.!

My plans for the day are to clean up the Christmas crap and store it properly. Since I mentioned this on the board a day or so ago, it has become a priority in my thinking. It just nudges me all the time. That's good, I think!

I think I may have come up with a good small habit to cultivate. Our cars are always a mess--rolling pig sties. Last night, when we got home, I made DH and DD--along with myself, of course--gather up an armload of crap and DEAL WITH IT. DD foraged around for pop cans, since they are easy to deal with. DH brought in the rain gear from Special Olympics, and it is all dealt with. I brought in a couple of big pans from the gourmet dinner and they are soaking in the sink right now. So, the habit I'm cultivating is BA's grandma's mantra: Do One Extra Thing. In this case, anytime I get out of the car, I'm going to bring in something that doesn't belong there, and put it away. And if anyone else is with me, they are, too.

I'm off to make a phone call and finish off Christmas for another...6 months??? Better late than never, although having it out next December would be handy.....
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Joined: May 21st, 2006, 4:46 am

June 11th, 2012, 5:46 pm #7

I have met Don Aslett, the cleaning guru, several times. (He lives in ID). Twice it was in the airport in Boise when we sat next to each other. Now this guy is somewhere between a little OCD and a lot OCD, LOL. However, he told me that whenever he gasses up his car, he cleans it out while waiting for the pump to finish. He keeps a cloth in the car to dust the inside. This is all well and good if all of your crap is garbage--and some of mine always is--but harder if you are driving around with stuff that you either don't want to put away, or don't know where to put it.
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Joined: January 29th, 2010, 7:46 pm

June 11th, 2012, 6:15 pm #8

(Sung to the tune of the "Hee Haw" song, "Gloom, despair and agony on me")

So far today:
(1) Aunt called from AZ and none of them are coming to the family reunion we are hosting in August, and THEY were the main reason we were going to do it. DH's cousin broke her hip and in August has to have her shoulder repaired of damage from the same fall.

(2) DS called and can't hang out with his dad tonight because he tripped over a plaster cast at work and popped his back.

(3) The sample I gave to the doc in the box Friday night was contaminated and they have no idea whether I have a UTI. Trust me...I have a UTI!

All of this before 8:30 a.m.!

My plans for the day are to clean up the Christmas crap and store it properly. Since I mentioned this on the board a day or so ago, it has become a priority in my thinking. It just nudges me all the time. That's good, I think!

I think I may have come up with a good small habit to cultivate. Our cars are always a mess--rolling pig sties. Last night, when we got home, I made DH and DD--along with myself, of course--gather up an armload of crap and DEAL WITH IT. DD foraged around for pop cans, since they are easy to deal with. DH brought in the rain gear from Special Olympics, and it is all dealt with. I brought in a couple of big pans from the gourmet dinner and they are soaking in the sink right now. So, the habit I'm cultivating is BA's grandma's mantra: Do One Extra Thing. In this case, anytime I get out of the car, I'm going to bring in something that doesn't belong there, and put it away. And if anyone else is with me, they are, too.

I'm off to make a phone call and finish off Christmas for another...6 months??? Better late than never, although having it out next December would be handy.....
You are just too funny, Maxine!!!

My dh is a little OCD when it comes to the vehicles, all have a small trash can in them! Which I think is a little bit on the weird, but it does keep the trash contained! lol
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Joined: May 30th, 2006, 2:01 pm

June 11th, 2012, 6:30 pm #9

I have met Don Aslett, the cleaning guru, several times. (He lives in ID). Twice it was in the airport in Boise when we sat next to each other. Now this guy is somewhere between a little OCD and a lot OCD, LOL. However, he told me that whenever he gasses up his car, he cleans it out while waiting for the pump to finish. He keeps a cloth in the car to dust the inside. This is all well and good if all of your crap is garbage--and some of mine always is--but harder if you are driving around with stuff that you either don't want to put away, or don't know where to put it.
My car gets trashed so quickly. Anytime we go anywhere, it's a minimum of 2 hours in the car round trip, which means that I bring milk and snacks everywhere we go. We went to a graduation party yesterday. I thought we'd be home by 5 or 6...we got home at 9:30! My car this morning was trashed. I can so relate to the rolling pig sty. That describes my car perfectly when I went out there this morning: sippy cups, half eaten pieces of cheese, spilled pretzels everywhere, a bag of M&Ms that my cousin sent home with my DD, sun hats, rain jackets, diaper bag, water bottles....
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Joined: May 25th, 2006, 12:05 am

June 11th, 2012, 6:30 pm #10

(Sung to the tune of the "Hee Haw" song, "Gloom, despair and agony on me")

So far today:
(1) Aunt called from AZ and none of them are coming to the family reunion we are hosting in August, and THEY were the main reason we were going to do it. DH's cousin broke her hip and in August has to have her shoulder repaired of damage from the same fall.

(2) DS called and can't hang out with his dad tonight because he tripped over a plaster cast at work and popped his back.

(3) The sample I gave to the doc in the box Friday night was contaminated and they have no idea whether I have a UTI. Trust me...I have a UTI!

All of this before 8:30 a.m.!

My plans for the day are to clean up the Christmas crap and store it properly. Since I mentioned this on the board a day or so ago, it has become a priority in my thinking. It just nudges me all the time. That's good, I think!

I think I may have come up with a good small habit to cultivate. Our cars are always a mess--rolling pig sties. Last night, when we got home, I made DH and DD--along with myself, of course--gather up an armload of crap and DEAL WITH IT. DD foraged around for pop cans, since they are easy to deal with. DH brought in the rain gear from Special Olympics, and it is all dealt with. I brought in a couple of big pans from the gourmet dinner and they are soaking in the sink right now. So, the habit I'm cultivating is BA's grandma's mantra: Do One Extra Thing. In this case, anytime I get out of the car, I'm going to bring in something that doesn't belong there, and put it away. And if anyone else is with me, they are, too.

I'm off to make a phone call and finish off Christmas for another...6 months??? Better late than never, although having it out next December would be handy.....
Trash exits the car when I exit the car - dh gives me grief over it, but if there is a soda bottle, or trash reciept, or napkins..., when I get out to go into WM, or the grocery store, or a restaurant, or work, the trash is in my hand, and deposited into the first receptacle visible to me along the way.

When I get home, the car is emptied of things that don't belong...

That being said, I have a collection of things that 'belong' in the car 24/7, reuseable bags, a booster seat for grand, and a blanket, and usually my camera.

I like the idea of keeping a dust rag in the car!

Dh does not follow my example, so when I climb into his truck, I usually have to remove the trash from my seat to sit down - after giving him grief over it.

glendaMO
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