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Hit the gym and other chores

Friday, June 21, 2013

Got up this morning, washed all the bed sheets, ironed them. Clean the wood floors, this is a 4 part process. First sweep with broom and dust pan, then use a swifter broom to get the last of the dust, then use special mop/pads with the Bona to clean the wood floors, finally I buff with the puff puff attachment. I only do this every 3 days, but sweep everyday. Then I went to the gym and did 69 mins. on the treadmill for 3.75 miles - 18.35 mph.
Going to bed early, Antiques Roadshow tomorrow and our tickets are for 8am entry. Our time is the first to be let in for appraising. We found a couple of old things to bring besides ourselves. lol

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ANGRITTER 6/24/2013 6:59AM

    Besides yourself! That's hilarious!!

I wish ARS would come back through Jacksonville. We just went through our storage shed when we had a massive 1-month garage sale and found some pieces that are really strange and origins unknown except probably stuff from WWI and WWII from my relatives long gone. But I really don't want to lug all that mess around either! HAHA

Please let us know how it is and whether you loved the experience. I want to hear more!

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LESSOFMOORE 6/21/2013 10:29PM

    Wow, Teri-you iron your sheets. I can never let my hubby on here now! emoticon emoticon

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JAMER123 6/21/2013 10:22PM

    You really do have a lot of "sweeping" to do with your floors!! Don't think I could keep up:):)
Enjoy the Roadshow and let us know what you find out!!
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MERRYMARY42 6/21/2013 10:17PM

    I love antique roadshow, always wanted to get on it, Have fun, and hope you discover a treasure.

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