Clean Your Attick

This funny story is an oldie but goodie – please enjoy!

How to Have an Empty Attic:

1.  Have a super-mouse infestation from leaving an open bag of field corn in the garage.

2.  Conquer said super-mice.

3.  Find rat-turds when you go up to retrieve the Christmas Tree.

4.  Buy new tree and refuse to go in attic for six months.

5.  Make appointment to have a garage sale with neighbor because she’s an expert and the very idea of selling or bartering makes you want to drink…heavily.

0516_attic-treasures-intro_485x3406.  On a 102 degree day, unload entire contents of attic.  (The temperature is very important!)

7. Shop vac the rat-turds and admire the empty beauty of it all.  Relax till lunch.  Have a taco.

8. Sort the crap into five piles:  Stays Downstairs, Un-Recyclable Garbage, Recyclable Garbage, Garage Sale, Returning to Attic….remembering the temperature up there.

9.  Keep only those treasures that are worth a trip back into a bazillion-degree attic.

10.  Restock attic, garage sale everything else.

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DIY Weekly Menu Board

End the ‘What’s for dinner?’ hassle with this project – love it!

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  • 2×3 Canvas
  • 10 empty and rinsed juice boxes
  • Scrapbook paper
  • 7 clothespins
  • Washi tape
  • Colored index cards
  • Colored vinyl
  • Paint and paintbrush (if you don’t want a white canvas)
  • Sharpie Stainless Steel Pen
  • Sharpie Pens Assorted Colors
  • Hot glue gun and gluesticks
  • Permanent double-sided tape
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Small notepad

 

Click HERE for the instructions