Spring is now here, at least according to the calendar. Here in Indianapolis we are having a cold snap with freezing temperatures and cold winds!
I have been having a nice “rest” (???) this winter because we have had little snow so there was no shoveling of the pretty white stuff (or in my case, sweeping because I use a straw broom that I prefer over a shovel.)
Spring means opening the windows and letting in the fresh air while I pollute my indoors with cleaning products to do my spring cleaning!
It means getting my lawn mower fixed (finally). Or, shopping for a new one if it can’t be fixed. It means:
sawing (the more stubborn branches)
hauling (dead limbs, trees, etc.)
shopping (for seeds, tools, fertilizers, etc.)
gluing (my bathroom wallpaper)
sweeping (the garage, the leaves, etc.)
Whew! Did I miss anything? I’m sure I did. I’ll be busy as a bee.
In other words, the sad truth is that New Food Friday is going on hiatus. Instead of every week, New Food Friday will now be every month, unless I find a product or new food that I just can’t wait to tell you about. You can expect the next New Food Friday April 19th.
New Food Friday may be on hiatus but what about me?
The upside of all this spring cleaning is that it means more exercise for me. I know, for me it’s an upside, can you imagine that?
With any luck, I also hope to have more time to write about articles concerning a variety of health issues.
I wonder if I could hire a Whirling Dervish to do my windows?
- 4 Spring Cleaning Tips from Martha Stewart (pamdanielsblogs.wordpress.com)
- Some Forget Me Not Spring Cleaning Multi-taskers (livefromhysterialane.wordpress.com)
- A Floor-to-Ceiling Guide to Spring Cleaning (apartmenttherapy.com)