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Old 01-03-2012, 06:12 PM
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This is smart planning!!! You are assuming that I do cleaning, right? Ha, ha!!! When I read this I thought that it is smart because I would work hard, work up a sweat, and be able to turn down the heat and save on utilities!!! Smart, very smart.

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Originally Posted by Christmasstar View Post
My decorations are all packed and back in storage. Wile most people like to do spring cleaning, I like to clean everything after Christmas.
Why you ask?
Because it is this time of the year, when it is so cold and snowy outside, that I have to stay inside anyway. Come spring, I want to work in my garden and yard, not inside. So I figure if I do it all now, I have more time outside in the spring.
When do you do your major cleaning?
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