All I can say is Well Done, Topsy Turvy. I spent a full 2 hours in DS2 and DS3's room yesterday, just so it would be half presentable for grandparents to play with them in it tomorrow. It really was an awful tip.
Now I only have time for 5 mins for every other job.
PBQ alter ego. Ummm no in fact may stop this just in case I get confused again. Who I am is someone who sometimes needs to feel accountable to get things done. So if I say it here and I don't get it done you will all heap ridicule on my head and I shall quiver in the corner feeling very sad
I keep the house pretty clean and tidy so it's mostly just surface mess which needs cleaning.
Lib knows the truth.. It's out there
Anyway as I was. I shall refrain from boring you all/wowing you all with my exceptional cleaning skills and leave you to enjoy your Christmas Eve.
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