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My house. I had it "deep-cleaned" by professionals last year and I couldn't believe how long it took  a crew of FOUR ladies, working their asses off the whole time they were here,  to get it sparkling in every room from top to bottom.  Cost me a freaking fortune! But worth it. I can't do that kind of heavy-duty housework these days, I'm just not physically able to do it anymore. 

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Whoa! That’s what I need to do! After breaking both ankles last year, it’s been a slow dang recovery! Even sorting thru extra paperwork from a closet has left my shoulders aching!

I sure can relate!

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Taking the canoe out of the back yard last night and putting it in the garage on saw horses. It had been hanging in storage for about 6 months. 

I forgot how heavy it was and didn't realize or take into fact that wasps may have taken the liberty to live there. I got muddy, dropped my end and ran and fell. : ( 

Only my pride got hurt. 

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It's sweaty, wet, and messy.  There are bodily fluids everywhere, the bed is soaked, and things are dripping and oozing.

But maybe my memory is just going bad.  Hahaha

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Your memory is just fine and you didn't miss a detail.

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As a general rule, anything you have not touched in awhile.  Things tend to collect dirt and grime, and then there is the loading on of junk.  I have to agree with JPT & EJ on their reports.

“Better a true enemy than a false friend.”

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getting my masters.

I discovered 6 years after I began this degree, (just this semester) why there had been such a big discrepency, and had the university not lied to me, it would have been fixed with no issues 6 years ago.

Universities take advantage of new college students, and sometimes parents who haven't been through the process before.  It is a shame, really

Time is simply how we live our lives-Craig Sager

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