Friday, December 22, 2006

Yes, I am a mess (and I have one too!)

God bless the New York Times. I have been kind of down lately but to be honest, I havent been spending a lot of time cleaning up my house. I used to when the house was new but now that it just the same old house where I live, I have found other things to do with my time.

And the clutter just keeps coming. And the truth is that some times I feel guilty about it which is different from the times when the mess actually starts bothering me. So from now on, I am only going to spend time cleaning up the gross things (like you know, I'll do the dishes before things grow on them and I'll clean the bathroom). I am not going to worry about the clutter at all unless it actually starts to bother me.

Next month's journey of self discovery: I will explore why I feel the need to get permission from the New York Times to be a slob. ;)


E-Speed said...

Funny you post this when I am about to go and organize my tupperware cupboard, LOL. Of course when all of my tupperware falls out on teh floor every time I open the cupboard I guess it is more a matter of making the space function again than having it be neat and tidy :)

Happy Holidays Lynne!

Proshat said...

I'm very tidy but the point is that my tidiness is what every other person calls ... slob.
Merry Christmas

Proshat said...
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Proshat said...

Merry Chistmas.
Happy Holidays.
Best wishes & Warmest regards.
& By the way you have been invited to blog-tag game! Write 5 facts about yourself that nobody knows.
I deleted the previous post because I have made a big mistake in that!