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Unread 07-19-2013, 04:02 PM   #1157
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Originally Posted by kramomma View Post
This would be a full day's mental amount that I could handle...I don't think I ever did 10 hard things...lots of mindless things...but never 10 hard one day...never...

Still don't think I could do that...

When you aren't home the house doesn't get messier than when you least not at my house (we kennel the inside dog anytime we leave and the outside dog gets kenneled also or she might destroy something in the yard)...but once I'm back home I see everything in abundance that was wrong before I ever left!

Such as...the embossing folders that are currently on the table...I took pictures of brand...and in alphabetical order within the brand! Yep...OCD...but...tomorrow is my day for the Stamp Expo...and I do not want to spend money on something so cute that I already have it!!!!

A moment of truth...On the table is also the original holder that Kub had for embossing folders before he left holds it holds all the "slim" embossing folders and I have a photo box that has 106 embossing folders in it!

Also...I have a basket that holds all the cardboard pieces with the names of the embossing folder...those area what I put in alphabetical order for picture taking purposes!

The embossing folders themselves are in categories...and I do believe I have used every one of them at least once!
Well, I left it at 10 hard things of any kind so that if I can only manage to do 1 t-shirt, 1 cookbook, 1 stamp set, etc then I still haven't failed.

And, no my house doesn't get messier when we aren't here, but coming and going zaps my cleaning energy, but doesn't seem to curb any of our mess-making abilities. So I have to run twice as fast just to get back to where I was. When we are here, the messes are able to happen, but I'm able to keep up with them better.

Wow! 106?! That's super cool. If you're using 'em that's just awesome!

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