I still can’t believe she’s gone and still get weepy when I think of her. Our Cocker Spaniel, Sassy, died a year ago today and we’re so sad. Eddie bought her for me as a puppy in 2004 and she has been our baby ever since.
Well, my spring cleaning has turned into summer cleaning. I’ve procrastinated long enough and this weekend should be a test of my back and legs!! I’ll be cleaning the room that everything landed in on the second floor when I cleaned the other three rooms. I have a very large storage/linen room upstairs that is full of winter clothing, junk, excess furniture, lumber, flooring, paint and so many other things that don’t need to be there. Then, there’s the cleaning up and out of the things that should be in the room. Wish me luck and I’m too embarrassed to show the before pictures but I promise Good Will and the Thrift shop are going to love me on Monday.
Here’s the results of the guest room that’s waiting on my friend’s visit in August and I’m pretty pleased with how it all looks. I hope she will be very comfortable in it.
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