Finishing Master Bedroom, weight down to 154 March 17th, 2012

I just got in an hour ago.  So much for getting off at 7 PM....oh well, 
tomorrow is another day.

I finished cleaning the master bedroom on Thursday and moved my bed upstairs.  Then all I was waiting on was the carpet cleaner.  The carpet cleaner came in today and I had planned to clean some carpet tonight, but it's late and I have to perform an inspection in Ashburn in the morning before I go into Millers' at noon.  I'll get to it tomorrow night when I get off.

All in all, it's looking pretty good in here.  Still have one more bedroom and the hallway to get clean.  Then the carpet and the stairs.

It's a quiet Saturday night in the neighborhood.  The cherry tree that my mom and step-pop planted when they bought this house is already blooming.  The flower bed on the right is all cleaned out and ready for some 
goodies to be planted.


My gnomes are guarding the house. :)


I got on the scale for the first time in two weeks this morning.  To my surprise, I have lost eight pounds without even trying.  I was afraid to get on it thinking that  I had gained some weight back.    Must have been all that ripping and running up and down the stairs to get my bedroom ready. :)  Strange, even though I'm down to 154, when I look in the mirror, I still look fat to me.

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I was born in Jever, Germany.  My parents immigrated to the United States in 1968.  I became a United States citizen in 2005.
 
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