I am so sorry I didn’t update yesterday, my darling Home Eccers. It was my dad’s birthday and we got home much later than I anticipated. Yesterday’s fall cleaning task was to hunt down all the laundry that was hiding under beds, in closets, and any other place it might be hiding. That’s why I found Heather’s post for today to be so amusing- look at this picture I took yesterday of Mt. Laundry at my house.
So, yesterday I did endless loads of laundry and today I’ll be doing more laundry and I’ve also pulled out all my holiday junk both in preparation for Halloween decorating and also because I need to organize my holiday junk in the worst way. I’m not entirely sure how Easter eggs ended up in the Halloween tote, but there it is. Tomorrow I’ll share pictures of how my holiday organizing went. My mom has a neat way of organizing her holiday stuff, and I’m going to take her cue and do mine the same way.
Also, fabulous commenter Ann asked: I’m intrigued by Mrs. Meyers products – do you buy them in Nashville? Do you use lots of their products or just the one you mentioned this week?
I am a sucker for both great packaging and also amazing scents. Mrs. Meyers has both. The first thing I ever tried from the Mrs. Meyers line was the Lemon Verbena all purpose cleaner. I saw it in the store (Linens N Things, I believe) and had to try it. The scent took me back to childhood and whatever kind of lemon scented cleaning products my mom used. To me- if it smells clean, it IS clean. And nothing, to me, smells cleaner than lemon scent.
From there, I tried the Geranium scent I’m using now. I got that at World Market in the Avenue in Murfreesboro, TN. If you go to the Mrs. Meyers website, there is a store locator that tells you where you can buy the products. Oddly, some places I have found it are not listed on their store locator, so just keep an eye out for it as well. All I’ve used is the all purpose cleaners. My next thing to try is the laundry detergent, if I can get over the price for it, haha.
So, Home Eccers, what are you going to accomplish today?
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