Mother’s Day weekend was a whirlwind of work and fun. Our daughter drove down from Denver to spend the weekend with us in celebration of Mother’s Day.
Colorado weather has finally put winter in the rear view mirror and we enjoyed warm temps and sunny skies…..bring out the flip-flops and shorts….yeah!
Al and I held a garage sale on Friday and Saturday morning. We had spent the previous two weeks cleaning every nook and cranny in this house. It’s been exhausting, consuming, but liberating.
The purging started off slow. We’re not hoarders or packrats to begin with. So we kept saying, “Yah, but what if we need that or I really like that?” However, as the tables in the garage started filling with items to sell, we found ourselves backtracking and pulling more items from closets, the basement, etc. It got easier with each arm load. I even started pulling items out of the cupboards in the kitchen. If I haven’t used something in the past year, I probably don’t need it, thus sell.
By Saturday afternoon, we were tired but happily counting our money. Whatever didn’t sell, was dropped off at Goodwill. We feel like we’ve lost weight…..well at least weight we won’t have to move to another location. The house will go on the market soon. That’s the biggest bulk of weight we need to unload 😕
Sunday, Mother’s Day, started off with coffee in bed followed by breakfast and mimosas. It was indeed a lovely and relaxing day. A much needed day off.
With all our focus on getting the house ready to put on the market, travel has unfortunately eluded us. Thus, no new travel tales to share. I haven’t even picked up my camera in a while. Hopefully we’ll remedy that soon. In closing , I thought I’d share this precious photo and prayer……
A Prayer for Grandad……..
Please send clothes for all those poor ladies on granddad’s computer