Are you a tidy person? I really do think that we are probably born either tidy or untidy - or is it, like so many other things in life an argument between nature and nurture?
I can't stand anywhere to be untidy, hence today when I came back from taking my car to Northallerton for 9am (a round trip of around 45 miles) I continued the job I began on Saturday - the emptying, sorting, cleaning and refilling my wardrobes. First the section holding scarves, handbags, gloves and shoes (Saturday), next the section holding jumpers, cardigans and the like (Sunday) and today coats and trousers. Now it is all done.
Wednesday is our rubbish collection day - one week dustbins and the other week recycling stuff. I had a lot for recycling so instead of waiting until Wednesday and putting it outside (the forecast is for very windy weather) I took it all up to the tip after lunch (Tess adores the tip as there are such exciting and enticing smells!)
Coming back I had quite a lot of business letters to write (the farm business is not entirely cleared up yet) - I have done this and walked across to post those that needed posting. Then I read all e mails and now I am putting on this post.
And I am telling you dear reader - that is absolutely all I intend to do today. Now I shall go, feed the dog, make my tea on a tray and sit and watch the television (if I can find the right station on my new smart TV!)