It's not ready for starving mouths that need after-school snacks and all that goes along with five days of kid-torture.
My pantry was ridiculous.
So maybe I didn't spend a whole day on it, but I swear I did spend an hour and it's possible more than one bag of trash went out, I will not admit to any more than one.
I reorganized my spice rack, moved a few things to different cabinets, shopped for school supplies and got them ready to go in boxes, and basically cleaned house. No, not basically, I did clean house.
I was quiet online yesterday and I got zipola writing done. I will say while dinner was in the oven, I took a break with a cup of tea and Lisa Jordan's newest book, Lakeside Family. A fifteen minute break. Yeah, it turned into an hour and I admit to laughing out loud and even
Now that my laundry is done, school supplies purchased, and I can open my pantry without stale chips and moldy bread falling out (I might or might not be exaggerating) I can get back to writing. Oh and I got inspired by Amanda Dykes uber-cool organized desk, so I cleaned mine off and did a little organizing myself! You can read about it at Melissa Tagg's Tag(g)lines, where she guest posted, HERE!
Do you do a full scrub on your house before school starts up? And even better, if you could be one item in a pantry, what would you be and why?