Very nearly, there is the not so small matter of the ironing to deal with, and a door to hang.
We got Francesca off on her journey back to Kent this morning. I had managed to get 2 loads of washing out on the whirlygig before we left. I quickly stripped her bed and threw that lot in to whirl around while we were out.
Once we got back I walked Rufus while the SO took 2 doors off their hinges. This was because in my wisdom (?) I had the brainwave of moving sofas around. There was a very large leather one in the sewing room and a small blue fabric one in the living room. I really wanted them changed , we had tried before but the turning space was too small.
The SO said that it could happen if the doors came off and BOOM it was done. Of course one job done makes at least three more, one door had been hung, the ground floor has been thoroughly fettled. 4 loads of washing have been line dried, Hip Hip Hooray, and half of that has been ironed/folded/ aired and put away.
I made the executive decision that enough was enough, made a brew and sat down. The other door will be backup in the morning and the rest of the dry laundry will be dealt with.
Then......the car will have a birthday.
you know what I mean, it is absolutely filthy. I am certain that someone close had a good burn up over the last few days as most of the cars nearby are in the same state. The inside could do with a vacuum round as well.
The house windows are in the same state so they will get some love also.
I have my knitting ready for this evening and hope to get a little sewing done later in the week.
Dinner will be a case of Iffits tonight, if it is in the fridge we will have it. We have eaten far too much over the weekend so a small meal is in order. I have a ripe Mango for pudding so perhaps a poached egg on toast will be enough.
On that note I am off to have a look and make the decision.
PS. Fran brought me some wonderful Assam tea leaves, they make a fantastic brew and will be treats for many days to come.