A little humor for your midweek. I present to you: Cleaning, a drama.
Day 1: “Hmm, it’s starting to look kinda bad in here.”
Day 2: “When’s the last time I did anything more than sweep the floor? Before I got to Utah.”
Day 3: “Ugh, I hate cleaning. Well, maybe tomorrow.”
Day 4: “Now where the heck is that shirt at.”
Day 5: “I should really clean today. But I have X,Y, Z to do.”
Day 6: “Wow, look at all that dust on those blinds…”
Day 7: “Okay that’s it! Today I’m cleaning, I have five hours before work, I should be able to get most of it done.”
. . . one hour later . . .
“Huh, all done. That wasn’t so bad.”
Just one more reason why I love my small RV. It never takes as long to clean up as I fear it will. Now if only I’d remembered this a week ago I would have had a clean Cas earlier, haha.
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In other news, you’ve probably noticed by now that new header and About pictures are up, yay! The old ones were from June of 2011, before the IO was even live. These new ones are all from this year, the header and sitting on a rock by a stream picture were taken in the Smokey Mountains, the face shot with Cas in the background was taken down at Ordway-Swisher in Florida, and the sitting in a tree one is Hunting Island in South Carolina like the old pictures.
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