This week has been ROUGH. I started my new job, we moved, Bryan was gone for three days... It was tough at times, especially since I have to clean the old apartment by myself and move some stuff. I worked all day then cleaned each night until about 11pm. Not fun.
Tonight we're finishing the cleaning. Last night after Bryan got home from his business trip to Salt Lake, he asked, "Do you think other people clean this well when they move, or are we just good people? Do other people just not care about their deposits? Because I feel like it always takes us days to clean an apartment when we move, and for other people, it's just one long day."
I don't know the answer to that. Maybe other people just clean faster?? I do know that wiping down every wall, magic erasing every scuff, cleaning all the blinds, the baseboards, the heaters, the light fixtures, the oven, the stove, the cabinets, behind the refrigerator, behind the oven, vacuuming... it takes FOREVER, even when we live in a tiny little studio.
I hate it.
So this is how I end this very long week. Still cleaning. And tomorrow we'll move the furniture we don't need from the apartment we moved into (it was furnished but the furnishings were gross) into a trailer which we'll take to Idaho, and then drive back. I am hoping the afternoon will be a bit relaxing. Apparently the Christmas tree that will be on the lawn at the U.S. Capital Building will be from here, so there doing a thing on the square in honor of that honor.
Does that make sense?
Either way, a high school student told me that the high school's culinary class will be making fresh, homemade spiced applesauce that will be piping hot and served on top of vanilla bean ice cream.
And that sounds pretty fabulous.