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@Sooner wrote:

Find and throw out any unfinished craft projects or supplies I might have lurking in the house.

 

Resist the urge to clean out anything.

 

Enjoy being home when nobody is coming to the door, I don't have to go grocery shopping, we aren't going out to any event, I don't have to dress up or wear makeup or decide what to wear.  

 

Enjoy the day without golf, football or basketball. 

 

Laundry won't pile up!  I should wear my nightgown all day to save water and detergent and be eco friendly.  Since I have my nightgown on, take a nap.


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@Sooner  yes, no worries about what to wear where!  although i can get a lift from putting together a fun outfit to wear - just for me!  

 

and yes, if in nightgown, do feel free to take a nap!  

 

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Spring cleaning.  Decluttering.

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@Spurt  great info!  thanks for guiding me -- yes, i think i'd be for "classics"  - Scrabble, eh?  game on!

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@Maggie Nolia wrote:

Spring cleaning.  Decluttering.


@Maggie Nolia i don't think i am too good at decluttering.  but i do like to move things around - put some things away and bring some things out so i have something new to enjoy and look at.

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@Maggie Nolia wrote:

Spring cleaning.  Decluttering.


I love this time of year because when people come over I can say, "isn't this great?  I am decluttering and getting rid of all this stuff!" if the house is in a mess. 

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@Spurt  great info!  thanks for guiding me -- yes, i think i'd be for "classics"  - Scrabble, eh?  game on!


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@Sooner wrote:

@Maggie Nolia wrote:

Spring cleaning.  Decluttering.


I love this time of year because when people come over I can say, "isn't this great?  I am decluttering and getting rid of all this stuff!" if the house is in a mess. 


@Sooner   i'm stealing that one!  ha!

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@Spurt thanks for update. i think i will give it a try for free first - it's me and my kitties so this looks like fun for me. 

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@ms traditional    Yes, was hoping that the filing period would be extended.  Was going to email the coordinator (the only paid member of our team) but realized she's probably got her hands filled, telling all of the folks with appointments, that they are cancelled 

 

will likely get an update Monday. 

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@ms traditional    Yes, was hoping that the filing period would be extended.  Was going to email the coordinator (the only paid member of our team) but realized she's probably got her hands filled, telling all of the folks with appointments, that they are cancelled 

 

will likely get an update Monday. 


@september i hope we get an answer on this soon  and put a lot of minds at rest.  i feel pretty sure something is in the cards if it made it to the Wall St Journal.