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#1 Bob-the-skull

Posted 22 December 2012 - 07:27 AM

Oh so much to do!

Misc:

food shopping
pick up voucher for FIL
pick up cidar for FIL
pick up photo frames for MIL and Mum
Pick up something for ex
wrap presents brought


My room:

clear stuff off bed
washing out
dishes out

make bed
restack the "pile"
clear dresser

Lounge:

pack away wrapping stuff
rubbish out
tidy shoe rack
tidy lego

Kitchen:

unpack dish washer
load dish washer
wash electric frying pans
clean and wipe table
wipe benches


bathroom:

clean basin
clean shower
clean bath
rubbish out


toilet:

put new roll on holder
rubbish out
clean toilet


laundry:

load in
load out
clean washing away
clean laundry sink
clear top of drier


DS1's room:

clothes away
make bed
washing out
tidy floor

DS2's room:

clothes away
make bed
washing out
tidy floor


vacuum whole house
mop whole house

outside:

spray weeds
clear back porch
clean in carport
sweep drive
mow lawns

Edited by -*meh*-, 22 December 2012 - 12:41 PM.


#2 Freddie'sMum

Posted 22 December 2012 - 11:17 AM

Get up

Phone friend in NZ - complain about the weather in NZ - we are going next week and it's going to rain (after a really sunny spell when we are still in Sydney - but then rain, rain, rain and cold when we get there)

Put movie on for girls

Nap

Ignore children who come bouncing into bedroom and want me to get up from nap

Get up from nap

Make lunch for children

Think about making lunch for DH & I

DH wants to go to the s/market to get some last minute things - I have absolutely no intention of going near a s/market again between now and the New Year

Clean house - do one room at a time

Dust, vacuum and mop

Bring in washing, fold up and put away

Collapse in a heap - watch DVD

Usual - bath, dinner and bed for children

Make list and print out info for trip to NZ next week

Bed




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