Saturday is my cleaning day.
I really wish it wasn't.
But, during the week, after full days of schooling, there really isn't much time left for anything but a little laundry and dinner. Now that Isaac is in 7th grade our days are more full. He is taking more advanced courses now, such as, Spanish, Drawing and Anatomy/Biology. Then when I add in Jacob's need for me to be close by his side due to his dyslexia and Caleb's need for me to read and explain since he's only in 2nd grade...well you get the idea...LONG DAYS!
So Saturday it is. The day for scrubbing toilets and tubs, vacuuming and mopping, catching up on laundry, and (cringe) dusting.
But, I don't feel like it!
So presently I am being very self-indulgent! I am catching up on all my friends blogs, sipping coffee with white chocolate macadamia creamer and every so often glancing at the kitchen that is still littered with breakfast paraphernalia.
I really should get my bum up out of this chair and tackle those jobs on my to-to list, they're beckoning me...but its Saturday!
I know as soon as I start working I will feel so much better. The sense of accomplishment and a sparkling clean house will lift my spirits. And then there's this, "One who is slack in his work is brother to one who destroys." Proverbs 18:9 Ouch!
Well, I can't really argue with that can I.
Signing off to avoid being a slacker,