I seem to subscribe to the maxim these days: "Never do today what you can put off 'til tomorrow" - alright, I have twisted it round to suit my own ends, but you know what I mean.
For days I have been unable to find things in my wardrobe and chest of drawers. The cold weather has taken me by surprise and there are plenty of thin blouses but not enough jumpers easily accessible.
Today I got up determined to do something about it. I have done it! I am feeling suitably smug and satisfied. All my Summer clothes are now in the spare wardrobe and all my Winter jumpers are either washed and on the washing line in the garden or freshly ironed to get out the storage creases and hanging in the wardrobe.
I have done a check on everything and collected all the stuff I have not worn for at least a year and put it together in bags to take to either the Charity Shop or the clothing bank in our little town.
Now my dilemma is how to persuade the farmer to do the same. He says it needs doing - so here is a question for you: Do I do it for him or do I let him do it himself? (i e leave it undone all through the winter I guess.) Oh dear - Men - they do have their uses but cleaning out their clothing drawers and cupboards is not one of them. Good job I love him!