This thread might keep me on track. I am used to the differences in time, visited the US and Canada many times, certainly didn't expect the youngest with her English husband to live there, and they just got their greencards too. I find it hard.
Lynlee feel free to be ontime lol.
Sat. has turned out to be Friday in the long run. Did 4 loads and hung it all out. Normally I just take the sheets off the line to remake the bed, but it has turned cloudy with a chance of rain, so I was forced to get more from the] very fulll walk in linen press, although leaning from the doorway and reaching is all I could manage.
Then I went mad and vacuumed the whole house, and washed the floor. Just moved all those pesky to sort boxes out of the way, or dumped upwards on something. Then the phone rang and in my haste tripped over boxes and fell flat on my face, with phone in hand, rolled over and answered it. "This is Mr x I forgot the password to my computer your husband just picked up, so how are you today."
"I just fell over and lying on the floor thinking about broken bones." .... SILENCE..... poor guy... he finally asked " are you all right" and I was but I lay there in shock after I hung up, trying to remember said password so I could write it down.
My knees hurt in case your wondering, must have landed on them on a other box, and my wrist is sore. Luckily nothing broke, my bones border on the thin density line, hip being the thinnest.
Anyway after a sturdying coffee, sorted out the toilets, does any one do swish and wipe these days, made the bed, found different towels, and a new mat. Then I really must have knocked my head because I put the crock pot on with some pea and ham soup, and now waiting for a whole of orange cake to bake, so I can take it tomorrow for morning tea at the community garden.
Feeling very clever because now I can find the appropriate cleaning cards and write the date.
IT HAS BEGUN!!