Blue Sky Farm

My blogging posts and photos are part of me . I think of this as a scrapbook of my life. The names have not been changed.. they are real people who have crossed my path along my journey. Some I know intimately, my family and friends. If their names are mentioned it's a sure sign they are special to me and I love them dearly...come along see for yourself, perhaps you know some of them too..

December 30, 2008

Where are they...

Where are they when you need them? The Cleaning Crew I mean.. It's almost noon. I am looking around at this great home of ours and see such a bunch of clutter. I think maybe since Christmas is over and it is the almost the beginning of a New Year and to me that means "Clean up" ~"Pack Away" and "Redecorate."
It is so pretty outside today, our blue sky is cloud free and the sun is shining, it must be warmer than was predicted, the thermometer says nearly 50 right here in the sun. I have actually opened the front door to invite the fresh air inside. I am looking for those "cleaning elves" but only finding "dust bunnies".
The front porch is finally cleared of the snow, Thanks to my ambitious husband. (I am sure he felt this was good exercise, and it needed doing.) There is something nice about good fresh clean air and cleaning.
I really do not know where to start as I keep wandering back to this sunny spot by the computer. I did vacuum the carpet ands swept the kitchen floor. I see a few spots I should mop up but lacking motivation and the sun is so pretty shining on the glistening snow. The birds are flying into their "lunch counter" again thanks to the husband. Buster has decided to come in from his morning "look about" checking his favorite holes & shrubs incase another critter has invaded his space. He has now taken up his favorite spot in the big brown chair next to the window, overseeing any activity around bird feeder.
I really need to get a move on .. yes, I know there are lots of things to be done...But the sun is so pretty shining on the glistening snow.....maybe I will sit here for only a few minutes longer and just watch the snow melt off the roof, and maybe those "elves " are eating lunch.

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