Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Little getaway, and spring cleaning.( ok fall cleaning)

Jeremy called me up on Friday, to say he booked us a room for the night in Park City. I didn't get very many pictures, I just realized. This bath tub was cool, it filled from the ceiling, I've never seen that before, and Reese thought it was awesome. Reese got her own room with a king size bed, that beats the crib any day. Jeremy's been so busy with work it was really nice to have some special family time.
As I have mentioned before, we have deer in our backyard almost all the time, especially in the fall and winter. This is from a few weeks ago. I don't know if you can tell, but the one with antlers has an apple stuck on one of the points, we thought it was funny.

While trying to take pictures of these deer that day I realized how dirty the outside of my windows were. I don't know about you guys, but I had never cleaned the outside, so it was definitely due for a good cleaning. So I took out all the screens and gave all the window a good clean from the inside and out.
Reese of course was my super good helper. I'm surprised that we never spilled that bucket. Needless to say, I never realized how dirty the tracks and the windows on the outside can get, and because I had waited so long I had to do each window about three times.
How often should you do windows? I was thinking every six months, because that would be again in the spring. No matter what that will be better than what I have been doing.


Megan said...

Cleaning windows stink! The wind blows so much down here mine are impossible to keep clean. I want to give up when I look at them. Bleh. So kudos to you for cleaning yours. IF you feel ambitious or want to start nesting you can just come down here and do mine ;)

Your trip sounds nice - what a swell husband you have to surprise you like that. That tub looks awesome!

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Lauren Tatton said...

The deer are amazing!!What a fun little trip!!!