Since getting back from Michigan, I've run head-long into some of my more "major" projects here at the house. Cleaning and laundry were my top priorities, and those seem to be relatively under control.
I wanted to get that cabinet done, which I did. It is moved in, and now, it just needs to be filled. Folks, no worries there. I WILL be able to fill it.
I've done some much needed weeding (that is an ALL THE TIME project, am I right!?), and, as an added bonus, I've run into TWO poison oak plants. I sprayed the snot out of them and am now waiting for them to die an ugly, horrendous and well-deserved death.
I still need to score my ugly wallpaper in the hallway and get that down.
I still need to clean out the garage.
I still need to clean out the basement.
I still need to figure out how to clean the mildew off of my lawn furniture.
I still need to clean out my office (that place becomes the dumping ground of all STUFF I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH, I swear!).
But those things will come. I know they will. A project a day ...
Today, I wanted to start the new tradition of getting out on the deck each morning and writing ... something, anything.
I've needed to get into some sort of groove for a while now. My life runs better when I am in some sort of groove. It just does.
Helter skelter doesn't work for me. It never has.
I feel like I am starting to get into a groove. A summertime groove. The sad part of it is, once I finally get the groove going, it will be time to go back to school. SAD!
Yet, still, I will attempt to enjoy it while I can. Soak it in. Appreciate it all for what it is, a well-needed, well-deserved break.
Off to continue my morning time, summer time groove.