So, I am stressing. Seriously stressing. I should have talked to Kellie before I made a move. Kellie was stressing over her oldest son and his new fiancee coming for the weekend. She has great wisdom. I started stressing a couple of weeks ago about B's "friend girl" coming (I hope she doesn't read this blog yet.... :) ). Our house is about 16 years old and the carpet upstairs is horrible and old and needs replacing. When I found out "she" was coming, I got this BRIGHT idea that I needed to finally get new carpet for the upstairs. Great idea. I even picked it out quickly! Unheard of for me. I even paid for half of it already. It is written in stone.
So, then I get another GREAT idea that our bedroom needs painting. It really does and has needed it for a while. I thought - OOOH, I'll get a estimate for having it painted. It's kind of a dark color currently. Yea - the painting would cost more than the carpet. So, I continue to stress.
I mean, who gets new carpet FIRST before painting? I have spilled many a paint can in my days on new carpeting. The first time was in high school when I helped the mom of my boyfriend paint walls at her daycare center. Yes - Clutzo tripped over a HUGE 5 gallon paint can and.....you can imagine. Embarrassment and carpet cleaners called. But I digress....
So yes, now I am stressing over the fact that I will have to do the painting. I don't want to do it, nor do I have the time before "she" comes and before the carpet is scheduled. Hubby says to breathe and to quit worrying about it and just get the carpet.
BUT, just the carpet - do you know what that entails?? We have a small upstairs. There is no way that we can move all the S T U F F from 3 bedrooms (one with a large sitting room with all my craft, sewing, and office S T U F F ) out of the way for the carpet guys to come all in one day. I need to divide it in to two days. But, then, which room goes first? And, how do we get it all back together before "she" comes?
And, besides all THAT, I don't even know what colors I would paint! Who paints when they don't have the whole plan together of the "look" they are going for? I don't have " a look" decided on. What the heck was I thinking??
And, I am also thinking, "she" really wouldn't have cared either.
So why did I??
I thought being 50 and all, I would have figured this out and not be losing my mind. Wrong.
(And, if "she" is reading this, please don't tell me for about 5 years....if "she" is still reading then).