Great check list of things to get together – hmmm not much we probably did not know already but that “avoidance” thing keeps coming into play! Getting all of the information from your wallet, your passport, legal docs, emergency contacts and any “directives” together NOW is great advice. I want to get this going and add it to my long term projects so that I have the reminder to keep it up to date and have the family aware of how important it is… Here is my check list:Learn More
Praise God! Through little doing of my own, my children have learned to have a servant’s heart. They are pretty good helpers – especially my son – but it has not always been that way. When they were little (ages 2, 4, and 6), my husband and I did everything for them. They were little then and we still had diapers to change – it was what we thought we should do. BUT, also when they were very little, I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and everything we thought we knew very rapidly changed.Learn More
I know I am an organized freak but the thought of “Organizing” your cleaning supplies – well I never went there! The concept is great! And I love the last little hint, “the real reason to have more than one cleaning caddy with that room’s supplies in it… because there should be more than one person cleaning!” Perfect – I am on and I am getting my caddies and supplies TODAY!Learn More
Well, the real title was “Get Equipped for a Clean House” – but I’m a little bit silly and a while lot nerdy, so “Cleaning caddies AHOY” it is!
Praise God that I have enough blessings to make all the messes that need to be cleaned – even that little ornery dog that likes to leave me “presents” on the carpet for me to find in the morning is a blessing in his own way. 🙂 Despite his presents, his PRESENCE is a comfort to me and he is a good little buddy.Learn More
Today’s lesson reminds me of a comedian I saw once on a Christian Comedy Show called Bananas. The comedian’s name was Bone Hampton (Bone Hampton’s YouTube Channel) and I could not track down the video where he sang his clutter song, but it was hilarious. LOL. He sang, to the tune of Sanford and Son:
“Cl- Cl- Clutter. Clutter Clutter Clutter. Cl – Cl- Clutter…”
But, now EVERY TIME I hear the word CLUTTER, that funny song runs through my head. 😉Learn More
I love how this lesson started out. Close to the beginning, I read:
20% of your house creates 80% of your problems!
This is sooooo true! Off the top of my head, I could name two trouble spots within seconds – the high counter in my kitchen and the top of my dresser!Learn More