Thursday, January 28, 2010

Did You Know out the refrigerator is quite easy when there's no food in it?

It is. And I should know, because I just did it- elbow grease and all. I shifted those condiments right around and scrubbed and sanitized every nook and cranny. I'm not even going to spend time trying to figure out what the heck that spill was way in the back.
Now she's all ready for the grocery store later tonight.
I love a clean, stocked fridge (even if the grocery store is my nemesis).

It's a new goal-

no internet, email, blogging or mindless searching for pretty things online unless I have put in some serious chore work first.

Today's list included:

mop the kitchen floor
change all bed sheets
vacuum entire house
2 loads of laundry
1 load of diapers
play princesses and star wars
clean the fridge
clean both bathrooms
...oh and let's not forget making things like lungs for my unborn child

whew. I'm beat.

Not that my list needs to be this tasky everyday, but I have fallen into some bad computer habits lately (no, not that kind of habit) the kind that sucks the time and life (and soul) out of me- the mindless, endless kind. Which can't be good for family teamwork. There are a lot of gems to be found on craigslist, so most of the time, it's completely necessary of me.

I'm just sayin'.

Have you ever had to set the limits? Setting limits makes me hungry.
It's a tough life, but someone's got to live it.
In a completely unrelated matter, this little comb-over needs a serious haircut:

maybe for tomorrow's task?


Amanda said...

You are totally nesting, or it's the fact that there were white-out conditions outside today so it wasn't even worth attempting to be outdoors.

We should get crafty together sometime. I'm all about sewing these days, but have run out of projects. I think when we go to Utah I'm going to steal one of my Mom's machines to bring back to Rochester. That way I don't have to steal the RS's. Then one wintry day we can make the kiddos play together as we create bolster pillows and whooz-its and whats-its galore.

Kera said...

it's creepy how much i love you. that we are the exact freaking same person. except my child doesn't sport this rockin comb over. getting weirded out over my computer obsession, whilst my kids are crying for food, standing in a pile of undone laundry. let's get it together ok? ok . and here's a great link. you may not need it, but since i do, and we're the same person, i figured i'd pass it on to you.

Anna said...

That's quite a list. I usually limit myself to two major chores a day, and bathrooms count as two since there are two of them. :)

Corinne said...

Like Kera, you and are of one mold! But you are far more stylish and productive than I. Reading your post was like writing in my journal!

kelly said...

kera- thanks for the link. need it i do. my children prefer me this way, it means more mindless snacking (on what's left in the cupboards) and t.v. till the cows come home.
it's their happy life.

Jordan said...

I am this close to banning blogging (and all other computer related time suckage that begins with blogging) from the entire month of February. I'm still considering it.

Kristy and Jordan said...

what a sweet comb over... that guy is going to be a stud!

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