Naturally, when I still have Christmas leftovers on the dining room table (no, not the meal…all that stuff that needs to go back into the Christmas closet which is already bloated), fifty pounds of papers to grade, protective layers of dust on every piece of furniture (if Ken, Sarah, and I stood still long enough, we’d be dusty too), and my desk looks like Barnes&Noble threw up on it…someone wants to see the house.
Do you realize how very few places exist to hide clutter when people tour?If you know of more than the following, ‘fess up and quickly:
1. under the beds
2. in the washing machine
3. in the dryer
4. the attic
So, tomorrow I have a SPECTACULAR story to tell you, but I must go make order out of chaos.