Wow I can not believe how much of a disaster my house was. I took a little time away from town this weekend to visit a friend. We drove in the country to a state rec area along a river. This is an area of the river I have never seen before and you can see the bottom and it is not mud but course sand and round smooth rocks.
It was very quiet and there was only a couple of other people within sight. And me with no fishing pole! Never again.
I brought home a bunch of rocks. I want to bring home sand also.
I went back to work today which was a good thing. It kept my mind busy all day. It also gave my co-workers a chance to express sympathy. I really do work with wonderful people.
Tonight I worked on my bedroom. I folded clean clothes for an hour and then hung up until I ran out of hangers. This was the last part of our 2nd mothers day present to my daughter from her kids. They shared their closet with her.
The yard is a mess though from the puppy playing all day. I can't get her to eat though. I think daughter is feeding her table scraps all day. She won't touch dog food unless you stand right next to her or feed her by hand.
Tomorrow I will work on toilets and floors. But first I will clean out the hen house and mow until dark.
Life does go on around you when you are grieving. This has amazed me before.