Emma Pillsbury from Glee
Maybe I missed out on that whole clean gene somewhere along the way. I hate that about myself. It's one of the things I want to change. I've always been kind of messy but here lately it's gotten totally out of hand. Maybe it's the kids. Maybe it's the stress. I don't know but sometimes I wish I could have a little bit of OCD and a little bit of anorexia all wrapped into one. Then maybe I would be skinny and clean, kind of like Emma Pillsbury on Glee. (OK I can see the hate mail now, I know these are serious conditions) Anyway, but I still want them.
Or I wish I could become an obsessive runner. Wish, shoulda, coulda, I need to stop. What I need to do is put on my big girl panties and deal with it. I need to learn how to re-organize my life, I just don't want to pay all that money to do it. And I don't want to put all my junk out on my front lawn like they do on those crazy Oprah shows where people go in to re-organize people's houses.
I just need to rent a big dumpster and I need to work all weekend from Friday-Sunday dumping crap out. Then I can start working from a clean slate. Maybe that's what I'll do.
I need to do something to get my head and life in order. I haven't blogged in a while because my head is all muddled up. I need to clear it and decide what I want to do and how I'm going to do it.
Here are the important questions I need to ask myself and then I need to move forward. Because these questions are what will motivate me to get those things done.
What makes you happy?
Would you like to be happier?
This is funny! I understand completely...hahahaha...I love you already!
I told my husband, "I had a maid when you married me. You can keep the maid, or clean house yourself!" Try it! You'll like it, I promise!
Green Queen, that would be great but my maid days are over. I used to have someone clean for me once a week but I can't afford it any more unfortunately. One woman househould income. :)
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