Every Thursday is Floor Day—Clean your hard floors. Give the floors in your bathroom extra attention.
The bathroom(s) is/are your area focus today and tomorrow.
During June your areas of focus (zone) will change each Saturday so you will be doing your cleaning and decluttering on Monday through Friday. Commit to 15 to 30 minutes each day in your area of focus (zone) and you will get it done. I took time for your home to be as it is. In time it will be better and better.
Living Room/Family Room June 1st-7th
Kitchen June 8th-14th
Master Bedroom, Closet and Bath June 15th-21st
Entry, Front Porch and Dining Room June 22nd-28th
Bathroom(s) June 29th-30th
Acts of Favor—Little things mean a lot. One act of favor I do almost every morning is to set up his coffee for him. I get up earlier than Roy for my Quiet Time and to do this post. When I make my coffee I take time to set up his coffee for him. It is the accumulation of little things that make a good and pleasant or a chaotic and unpleasant life. What acts of favor do you do for the people you love? Can you look for opportunities to bless them? Caring for your home and yourself are acts of favor. Smiles are acts of favor. Make your life a life of favor and blessing for the people God has placed you among.
Just A Little Grammar
Pronouns—a pronoun is a word used in place of a noun—
First person ( the person speaking) singular: I, my, mine, me
plural: we, our, ours, us
Second person (the person spoken to) singular and plural: you, your, yours
Third person (person or thing spoken of) singular: he, his, him, she, her, hers, it, its
plural: they, their, theirs, them
Reflexive pronouns are the –self, –selves form of personal pronouns
NOTE: never write or say hisself or theirselves. It is himself or themselves.
Relative pronouns are used to introduce adjective clauses: who, whom, whose, which, that
Interrogative pronouns are used in questions: who, whose, what, whom, which
Demonstrative pronouns are used to designate a specific person or thing: this, that, these, those
Indefinite pronouns do not refer to a definite person or thing; often used without antecedents: all, another, any, anybody, anyone, anything, both, each, either, everybody, everyone, everything, few, many, more, most, much, neither, nobody, none, no one, one, other, several, some, somebody, someone