Sunday, February 17, 2008

The Adventure Continues Day 2

Well, having stayed up til the wee hours of the morning and then sleeping in very late, (although it was a porportional amount of time if you consider what time I went to bed) I was ready to have another adventurous day. First, there was cranberry/white chocolate scones and coffee. Then an impromptu to decision to rearrange those things in the kitchen which are movable. (which isn't much) We decided that the chest freezer really needed to be in the garage despite the convenience of having it in the kitchen, this in turn sparked rearranging in the garage, where all things are movable. Once the appropriate space was made the freezer was emptied and carried to the garage.

This allowed for the moving of the kitchen table. A table for two was placed in front of the window and more space suddenly appeared! it's magic!

The whole day had an errie palar to it. It was warm around 60F and the sky a steely sort of gray, but the added haze and smell from the fires in North Carolina gave it a strange feel.


Once complete that sparked a sudden urge to rearrange other things and the momentum was in full swing. Then, the phone started to ring, my phone rarely rings as we pretty much live on the computer. We got caught up with four people today we haven't spoken to in weeks and in some cases months. Three by phone one by email. It was great!! We got the latest news and shared stories. Everyone is doing great and in good health. So it was a fun afternoon.

However, the MO got a little side tracked and nothing else got moved. But, there is still one more day to go so it is possible that something to be moved tomorrow.

It is going to by a rainy day tomorrow, so after doing the grocery shopping it will be a good day for knitting and a movie.


weirdbunny said...

OH chest freezers take up a huge amount of pace don't they. We have one as they are so good for holding all the apples from the small orchard.

Bea said...

Sounds like you are having a lovely three day weekend so far! I love rearranging things and discovering I have more space then I think I do!