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What I did today…

…minus the vermin.

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  1. Is this song, your” to start” the daysong? A little strange!!!

    • I had visitors coming and as is my wont, I waited to the last minute to do the cleaning AND overslept by two hours.
      So, I did wake up that way, without the pouffy ball gown, looking at a disaster. It was unsettling. Lots of cleaning this morning.

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