Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Tackle it Tuesday *cleaning the wood floor

With a renewed energy that is still baffling the floors had just left me working on them. 
Just could not stand it another moment.
It was not hard today very easy.
Moving the sofas showed how very much my house missed me
The smaller dust mop is for the dry sweep. It also has a pad for washing.
The washing of the floor is done with the wide sweeper.
The pad is held on by velcro.
When soiled it comes right of and rinses out with water.
Water is all I use on these floors.
The smaller dust mop folds and the pad comes off for laundry.
It has 2 pads for dust mopping (this is a large house) and one to wash small spaces like the bathrooms.
Grab your chin...yes it really was this bad.
Oh what a difference this health is bringing to me and to my home.
Once the sofas cleaned an under them it was the kids set to task.
Yes I am learning to delegate and give them some opportunity to learn.
So Dove goes out to fill the blue pool for the dog and I see her fully dressed with long pants and a very nice shirt get into the pool and "slip" :) ya on purpose into the pool fracturing the sides of it. 
Daddy man epoxied it last night. 
Well so much for the pool.
It is so hard to maintain anger at these times. Having a special needs kid leaves questions like
"really? she did that and then tries to hide the act"
she chose to do it
Oh parenting, all of the laundry was done for  only 15 minutes!
Now dog jeans and a shirt and a special hand was for her b*a.!

The freshly mopped floor? 
The garage was opened up and she removed the wet things in there.
The floor had not even dried yet! 
I had to re-mop  it!

Good thing it was easy to do. 
I did get in a huff over it. 
Dash had unplugged the vacuum I was using and plugged his in 
and I over reacted.
Anger got the better of me when he walked in and announced
"I'm hungry and ready for lunch!"

"oh well that's nice... do you just want to snap your fingers then or perhaps ask nicely with a please added in there."

Deep breadth and here I bow to balance eating crow for the anger and dispensing of the anger.
Dash coming to me to apologize helped.
Dove came to apologize that helped even more.
lunch time


Susie said...

Awesome tackle!

Denise said...

Fantastic tackle, praying for you.

Denise said...

Oh I need to get up and do something after reading this.. but I am too tired... Good job girl and I am glad that you are feeling so much better.. That is God!

Amanda said...

awesome work. reminds me that my kitchen floor needs to be mopped.

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