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I feel as though I have had the ‘Pause’ button on as everything has been on hold while the bathroom was being done.  Now I can see the things that I want to do.  These include:

  • Dust and polish the furniture in the front entry
  • Replace the ornaments and china from the sideboard (these have been residing on my sewing table)
  • Sort out the other clutter that has also accumulated on the table
  • Get back to doing some sewing (including more gift bags which I have cut out)
  • Sweep and wash the verandah – this has some sawdust remnants from the building work

Mention of the gift bags reminds me that I did not do an update post for Lazy Brownie Day in February (25th).  I hope to have lots to post for March and get back on track to have a planned, organised Christmas.

Yesterday I picked up some crochet cotton that a friend bought for me in a sale.  I am going to use this to knit some dishcloths.  There are lots of patterns available but I think I will start with the one that Rhonda has in her book, ‘Down to Earth’.

I am also pleased to report that almost everything that I listed on Freecycle under the generic heading of ‘Handyman Materials’ has been collected.  I love the fact that someone is going to be able to use these things and it has freed up some space in the workshop.

I am busy at work this week (working off-site for the next 3 days) so it will be the weekend before I make much progress.  Tonight I have finished folding the washing that dried on the indoor airer over the past few days and now it is time to catch up on some ironing.

 

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  1. Boy you’ve had some challenges lately!!! I’m glad you’re getting sorted out though! I managed to fold washing last night that had been on the indoor airer in the garage, there’s more left but now that I’m back in Melbourne for work, it’ll have to wait!!!!!

  2. Hi Fairy. I have been meaning to post and say I love the new bathroom. Very practical and modern looking. I also love the colours of the cotton you are going to make the dishcloths with. I received a parcel of dishcloths this week from a forum friend, in lovely pure cotton. I love my knitted cloths. They wash and wear for ages and are so much more hygienic than the awful Chux cloths.

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