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6 years ago  ::  Aug 28, 2008 - 12:24PM #1
Beliefnetsabee
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Is there some chore that you don't do regularly but always take care of getting done when you know company is coming? For me that would be cleaning off the top of the refrigerator. Being that I am short and can't see up there unless I'm standing on a chair, I tend to forget it get's dusty. But when I know we'll be having visitors suddenly I remember and spring into action and get the stool out to get up there to clean it. How about you?
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6 years ago  ::  Aug 28, 2008 - 7:33PM #2
MarleneEmmett5
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[QUOTE=BeliefnetSabee;721215]Is there some chore that you don't do regularly but always take care of getting done when you know company is coming? For me that would be cleaning off the top of the refrigerator. Being that I am short and can't see up there unless I'm standing on a chair, I tend to forget it get's dusty. But when I know we'll be having visitors suddenly I remember and spring into action and get the stool out to get up there to clean it. How about you?[/QUOTE]

BeliefnetSabee:
That would be polishing my silver,washing my good table cloths,& making sure that my good dishes are
ready for company!
My husband's in charge of doing the vaccuming and straightening up & cleaning the guest bathroom!!
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6 years ago  ::  Aug 28, 2008 - 10:57PM #3
MsCGheartofohio
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LOL, I don't clean the top of the fridge unless the visitors will be tall! :)  But I do get out all the "company" linens for the kitchen, bed and bath. 

I do give the bath a merciless scrubbing from top to bottom - fixtures, woodwork, shower curtain rod...

I also vacuum everything and everywhere - undersides of couch cushions, corners, picture frames, etc.
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