Well, I spent yesterday morning removing the entire contents of our master bedroom closet, so that the carpenter could cut two more doors in it.
I rearranged furniture in my son's room, so that we could spend the next three nights in there while our room is painted.
I carried endless bags of garbage out to the cans, and made up yet another bag of clothes to bring to the thrift store.
We are storing much of the contents of our master bedroom in my son's room, so I had to move and stack boxes out of the way there to make sure that we could actually get in and out of the room at night.
I washed sheets and changed bedding. I aired quilts and flufffed pillows.
I replaced the entire contents of our pantry.
There is still a good three days work on the master bedroom. Then I'll have to move everything back. And vacuum. A lot.
But it was a beautiful morning, so I took a few minutes to photograph some of my favorite things -- little china sauce boats. The shell-shaped boat belonged to my mother. Isn't that glaze amazing? I found the other one at a thrift store for $4.50. Love the little roses. And the platter they are sitting on is also a thrift store find. Don't you love those ruffled edges?
OK, I'm happier now. China does that to me. And thanks for listening. :)