Yep. I’m cleaning the house. Thoroughly.
As I mentioned earlier, Mark’s Confirmation is this weekend. We will be having 24 people here at the house for lunch afterward. Which is great. Really. It is! I’m honestly looking forward to it.
But, of course, before everyone arrives, we’ve got to clean this house. As I was cleaning the inside of the china cabinet today, it hit me. No one is going to notice that it’s clean. No one. (Yes, the majority of the people attending the luncheon read this blog. No, I didn’t write this so you would notice the cleanliness of my china cabinet.)
What people do notice is when it’s not clean. Would anyone have noticed that there was an inch (or so) of dust on the glass shelves? Maybe not. But, yeah, they probably would.
I’m sure I’m supposed to get satisfaction from having it clean, not relying on other people’s praise for gratification. But, seriously, if it were up to me, I would have done something else.
Actually, I did stand back and admire my work. Turns out vinegar and water really do work great for cleaning glass. There were no streaks and everything did seem to shine. So, I am glad that I did it. I’m glad that my dining room is picked up, dusted, and ready for company.
Now, just 10 more rooms to go. ugh. Maybe I can just cram all 24 of them in the dining room.