Friday, December 28, 2007

Photo Hunters

Hello and welcome to my blog. It's been a long time since I was able to post to Photo Hunters, and I am happy to be back. Todays word is messy, and that really describes my home lately. You see, I've for some time been too depressed and too tired, and in too much pain to be able to deal with cleaning or even tidying my home. Recently I started taking a supplement called MaxGXL, and now I am able to get myself motivated and moving again. I actually have been cleaning things up a little bit at a time the last couple weeks. It's a big mess and I have a busy life, so it will take a lot of time, but hey, at least I'm finally moving on it and making some improvements, even if relatively small ones. I will post more photos as I clean things up. I want all of you to see the differences I am about to make in my home. On MaxGXL I have more energy and more motivation, clearer thinking, less pain. I'll do another post in a bit so you can see where to go to learn more about this supplement. This is not an ad, just info on what's working for me, helping me get my life back again. Now, on to the photos....

This is my storage room. Today I cleaned up all the Christmas boxes in here, filling them back up with decorations and all the paraphernalia that goes with the holiday... so this room is looking better now than it did earlier today.

I'm actually a bit embarrassed to show these photos to you, but I know you will all cheer me on to a cleaner and much tidier home in the near future. This is my kitchen:

And here's a shot of the living room. In both kitchen and living room, you see blue recycling bags because that is part of cleaning things up, and because I missed the recycle day the last two times. Every second week, on a specific day, we put our bags of recycling out and they are picked up.

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11 comments:

ellen b. said...

I'm glad you are feeling better. Now just one day at a time! It really is amazing what you can accomplish in and hour a day!

everydayhealy said...

oh! good luck on clearing all these mess! It seems ain't easy at all, at least to me! Keep going... happy for your improvement though.

Happy New Year! :)

Lynn said...

Well, happy new year! And yes, all those mess will keep you doubly busy tidying them up. :)

napaboaniya said...

*pat on ur shoulder* Good luck in cleaning those mess up :)
Have a great 2008 ahead!!

nina said...

I am so glad to hear you are feeling better. Recovery from depression can be such a difficult thing and I appreciate every little step you make in the process! Thanks for stopping by my blog today. :-)

nina

bisdakbabbles said...

Oh my... so how long did it take you to clean these up? I'm sure looking forward to the "tidy" photos.

Happy Holidays!

Janna said...

I definitely understand this!
I've had a messy house lately too, because of limited mobility issues. It's hard to get around well enough to clean things the way they should.
Don't feel guilty about it. Just do what you can. Some days, that may be little or nothing, and that's perfectly ok. Really.
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My photo hunts include road construction, a bad restaurant, and a driveway full of snow.

T.R. said...

I think you will feel much better when that is cleaned up. I am on my way to help!

denz said...

wooohoooo!!! that's really a messy one! indeed you have a great picture,keep it up...

mine is up here:
PhotoHunt1...
PhotoHunt2...
Happy New Year!

Cheysuli and gemini said...

We know what stuff like that looks like! HA!

Heather said...

I have been there--no fun. Glad to be rid of the clutter.