This can definitely be a problem. I experienced this when cleaning out my dad's house after he died.
I'm totally using that excuse the next time I'm supposed to be scrubbing the tub.
I know what you mean! I am trying to limit myself from shopping, my grown children and even my grandchildren tells me I have enough already!
True, true and true!!! xo
Good Afternoon Snap, This could be my daughter Natasha's motto. She always finds much more interesting things to do than clean the house.... and her life is so very full and interesting.Maybe I should take a leaf out of her book.Best Wishes to you,Daphne
I may have to cross stitch that onto a cushion!
Don't we all - LOL...xox
In your very own home...that's wonderful!
Oh, yes, I've had that problem, especially if I'm sorting through papers and books. :-)
So I'm not the only one with that problem! I'll start cleaning and then get an idea to change something and one thing leads to another and another.....**happy smiles**Deb
Ain't that the truth!!!
My excuse is I'm always looking out the large kitchen window at the back watching the birds.Judith
That is the best excuse I have heard in a long time... about to email you the finished watercolour of your postcard... hope you like itT xx
That makes me feel so much better, I thought I was the only one who did that.Von (visiting from Tracey FK)
lo, I do the same thing!
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