Thursday, April 1, 2010

Spring Cleaning Using Only One Tool

Surgery on my leg and ankle on St. Patrick’s Day left me trying to figure out how in the world to get my spring cleaning done.

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Although my husband assures me life won’t end if I don’t do spring cleaning, I’m internally programmed to make sure it gets done.

After giving my worry over the challenge some thought, I realized I have one tool that can ensure all is well in Junie Moon world…

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…my cell phone.

While I work on my Stash Mountain projects while sitting in my favorite chair with my leg propped up, my house, yard, and even my car were given a most excellent spring cleaning. All it involved was my making calls to the following professionals:
  • Housecleaning company
  • Heating/air conditioning maintenance (checkup and duct cleaning)
  • Carpet cleaner
  • Window washer
  • Chimney sweep
  • Landscape crew
  • Car detailer
My cell phone was my creative solution to a problem and now I can relax and heal without the extra stress. My work here is done.


J said...

I hope that your leg and ankle are on the mend.
Well done for getting your Spring cleaning done :0) You must be exhausted now. x
Have a very happy Easter.

Jennifer said...

Love it!

Hoping for a speedy recovery!

Shasta said...

I hope your leg and ankle heal up soon, but not before all those companies have made your house and car all nice and spiffy! What a wonderful solution!

Storybook Woods said...

Get well sweetie, by the way chocolate and Edward should be all you need ;-) xoxoxo Clarice

meg said...

Love it~ I'm just waiting for the boy to move out, so I can afford to hire regular housecleaners :-)

Thimbleanna said...

Ouch! That looks like it hurt!

Good for you Junie Moon! As always, finding the best solution to the problem!

Anonymous said...

June - sending healing thoughts your way!

Love your "one spring cleaning tool".


Heidi said...

Housework? Feh! But hey, if someone else does it, I'm in!

Sending you healing thoughts. Sitting and relaxing isn't in your nature, but it isn't ALL bad, is it?

Kristie said...

I'm so proud of you for letting someone else do all that hard work and you taking care of YOU.

Also, love the new template and wallpaper.

shenry said...

is that a Twilight background on your BlackBerry? you're like my 11-year-old daughter!

Beth said...

I think one could get used to this new spring cleaning method! ;-)
Hope you heal real soon.

Mrs. Staggs said...

I hope you are feeling better very soon dear June. I sure do wish you the best, every day.


Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

You had the right idea to put your cell phone tp work and let the professional do the job, June. Your house must be all spick and span now! ( remember that expression? It seems so old! lol)

Hope you are healing well!

rohanknitter said...

Let your fingers do the walking, right! If you're like me, it's easier to focus on recovery if you're surroundings are in order. I hope you're doing ok and on your way back to 100%!! (from one post-op to another) ; )

FinnyKnits said...

I so like your style, Junie. Hope you're back on your feet soon - this is great walking/hiking time in Tucson!

Hillary Blundell said...

Such a great idea, Junie! It's still possible to get all your stuff done in your house, without even making yourself tired. But I hope that you'll be okay, soon!

Brendan Gertner said...

You forgot the roof maintenance! :)
I always call them too, since I'm not really that confident about climbing to my roof just to check if my shingles are cracked or anything.