So now the bathrooms are clean, the guest room beds are made, and upstairs is vacuumed. I still need to clean the windows and dust. At work (need I say it was another long day?), I basically cleaned out my entire desk. I threw out what I could, but everything worth keeping is important enough to actually have with me in the training classroom. So it all came home with me today.
I’m meeting Jess and Chuck around noon tomorrow in Chantilly, but there’s stuff I need to do first. Sounds like I need a list.
- Lord & Taylor is having a shoe sale. I could go on Sunday, though.
- Buy a laptop bag (for work) at Staples. I’ve found the one I want. That can wait until Sunday, too.
- Get my car washed, inside and out. I think the place I go is closed on Sunday, so I have to do it tomorrow. I’ll be carpooling next week, so my car should be in good shape.
- Clean the windows.
- Go to the grocery store. I don’t even know what I need to get yet, but I won’t be able to feed Jess and Chuck if I don’t go.
At least I’m not traveling yet. If this were the last weekend before all the travel, I’d be way more anxious and making many more lists.
My computer, thanks to John, is now running perfectly with its new hard drive and shiny new Fedora operating system. And I get to use my pretty pink laptop with the nice keyboard. (It’s really a pleasure to type on this keyboard.)
I think the condition of the house has been holding me back. A half-clean house, so close to being mostly clean, makes me feel like I’m more in control of how and when I exercise, what I eat, and how I feel about myself. You know? If the house is clean, then I’m successful, and I have more energy and more enthusiasm for exercise. But we still have too much clutter. How do we get rid of all this crap?