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Re: RE: holiday decorating


How do you clean out a closet? I always find that the contents of one small
closet expand to fill a 10x12 room. I can never seem to get it all back in.

Hmm. I was thinking about adopting a cat or two to help with the mouse
problem, but if you and Jesse still have mice, even with cats, I think I
need to rethink the idea.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Melody" <mhobertm@excite.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 6:20 AM
Subject: Re: RE: [CHAT] holiday decorating

> Jesse: I spent this past weekend doing pretty much the same
> thing...reorganized the entire kitchen (which is supposed to be the
> husband's domain but he doesn't do "deep" cleaning, if you know what I
> mean)...had to drag everything out of the pantries and completely
> reorganize everything which is the logical consequence of having 3 young
> children put the groceries away, but I figure they need to learn how to
> be responsible people so I live with having to do this every so
> often...and yep...found the mice nests...two of them, one in each
> pantry...ugh! what a confounded mess those critters make...you'd think
> with two cats in the household this wouldn't really be an issue but then
> we're talking two highly neurotic cats so who knows! And of course, once
> I get on a cleaning binge, I just can't seem to stop...so then the craft
> closet was next, followed by the linen closet...etc. This is probably
> why I avoid cleaning...once I start there's just no end and before I
> know it, the entire weekend is over!!!!

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