“Spring” Cleaning, Part 2

Day 6 – The Windows Read the full article here. I had someone pressure-wash my house, so I’m gonna say the exterior windows were handled. I did clean the interior glass of the ones in the common areas, and mine and Wade’s rooms. It feels like a pointless task considering how many animal noses and toddler hands are smeared over them, but I guess it should be done at least every once in awhile. Day 7 – The Walls Read

Framed Children’s Book Wall Art…Thing

I don’t even have the original inspiration pinned anymore. That’s how long ago I started this nightmare of a project. It seemed like an awesome way to fill a nursery with art! I should’ve known I couldn’t follow through, though. *tragic, dramatic weeping* So the original people had some children’s book that was actually significant to both of them. They framed all the pages and hung them up and it was super cute. Instead of going with a book that

“Spring” Cleaning, Part 1

Day 1 – The Kitchen Read the full article here. Oh I really like the way they’re doing it now. Instead of just giving you a single project saying “this is what you must do today” they’re saying “If you’ve got all day, do this. If you’ve got 10 minutes, do this. If you only have 1 minute, do this.” So that’s cool. Of course, I don’t do anything even remotely close to when they said I should do it,

Spring Cleaning…another attempt.

I signed up for the stupid Apartment Therapy Spring Cleaning…thing…again. I did exactly none of it last year. Maybe this year I will? Maybe? I mean, I doubt it. But whatever. There’s nothing I like more than signing up for newsletters that make me feel guilty for being the lazy SOB that I am. If you’d like to “participate” as well, here’s the link.