Thursday, October 18, 2012
Fall is also the time of year that I attempt to get the house cleaned and readied for winter--and hibernation. This fall I decided to switch rooms around (again). With my kids away at college or on their own in their own apartments, I thought it would be smart to put my office back on the same end of the house where my bedroom is located. That way, I could close off the rooms at the other end of the house and save some pennies by not heating them.
So I moved my office and a bedroom.
And the next morning I could hardly get out of bed.
What does fall look like in your neck of the woods? Do you perform yearly "hunkering down" rituals before winter sets in?
Speaking of which, my gutters are full of leaves again. Wet ones. Oh, goody, goody. I get to haul the ladder out and climb up it and dig wet, smelly leaves out of the gutters.
What a glamorous life this author leads...
Posted by Kathy Bacus at 4:00 AM