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Saturday, January 16, 2010

super clean saturday...

today was a super clean-up day.
i started at 7:30 AM (that's big for me...way too early in the morning!)
i'm on load 8 of laundry.
might i add that i do mean that the laundry is washed, dried, folded/hung, AND put away.
doing laundry to The Hunky Hubs means washing, drying, and leaving it on the couch for wifey-poo (that's me) to fold and put away.
i cleaned 3 FULL trash bags of TRASH out of Jett and Jonah's room.
one full trash bag came out of Jake's room.
i mopped the floors upstairs.
i vacuumed the throw rugs upstairs.
i threw all the dirty laundry down the stairs and waited to see if anyone would move it...
nope, the boys jumped into it.
yep, we had that much!
well, it was everyone's bed linens.

i'm pooped.
The Hunky Hubs said we would watch Fireproof tonight.
i might fall asleep in the middle.
good thing i've already seen it...
i love my husband.

one last thing...
see my new super cool button for one photo. everyday. 365. over there -------------->
you can grab it and put it on your blog for all to see!
do it.
please?!

2 comments:

Christopher And Tia said...

Holy crap. You CLEANED, lady, haha. Good for you. I um... I'm eating pudding right now, and I think I'll leave my daily accomplishments at that, haha.

Courtney and the Boys said...

Hi there! Just wanted to say thanks for your comment on my blog of my brother's homecoming from Iraq. I have such respect for military families. My brother is actually stationed at Ft. Knox now. He moved his family across the country from Ft. Lewis, WA, to Elizabethtown last March. He got out of active Army and into AGR because he was told he'd have a position when he moved here. Well, once he got here, they were on a hiring freeze and his only choice was to deploy right away. Talk about a hard thing for the family! His wife and two boys were left to fend for themselves one month after they got here! (I'm in Indiana) Glad he got home safe and sound just before Christmas...it was only a 6 month deployment and now he has a job back at ft. Knox.

God bless you, your husband, and your children and thank you all for your sacrifices!!!!

Courtney