Tuesday, August 17, 2010

People who. . .

. . . spend their days off sewing
and going to the beach
and visiting people in a nursing home. . .

shouldn't be surprised when their house becomes in dire need of cleaning. :>}

8 comments:

Suzanne said...

Diana my house is always in dire need of some attention.
But I like what you chose more the day sounds like a wonderful way to spend a day and as they always say it will keep to tomorrow, so no need to worry about your home.

ladydi said...

Thank you, Suzanne! (Just give me a call before you drop by so I can dust off the furniture.) :>}

Daisy said...

I agree. Dust can wait. It will still be there later. It's not going anywhere.

Very pretty wall hangings, Diana. :-)

ladydi said...

Thanks, Daisy! It's amazing how many people feel that way about dust - how refreshing. And I did clean right before my sister came (3 weeks ago - LOL).

Daisy said...

HA! Makes sense to me. I can remember a few times when I cleaned the house, and one of the boys would ask who's coming to visit. I had to explain to them that I was just cleaning because it was dirty not because we were going to have company!! :D

Locket Pocket said...

Oh dear. Recent circumstances mean that my house is practically beyond fixing. Thank heavens for an incredibly kind and very domesticated Mr Locket! (To be fair, he's always done more of the housework than me because I'm most often off making something instead!) Lucy xx ;o)

The Gingerbread House said...

Everything looks good, but that water clicked on looks like it's waiting for me to jump in!...Ginny

ladydi said...

LOL, Daisy, my boys have done the same thing. Now they're a bit more tactful. They say, "Is someone coming to visit?" Instead of just assuming someone must be coming if Mom was cleaning.

Lucy, Mr. Locket is a treasure! Larry has taken on quite a few household tasks since he's been semi-retired. When he worked full time that was not at all the case.

Ginny, I love to click on the beach photo, too. We took our boogie boards and rode the gentle waves - it was great!