I spied a tweet the other day that piqued my interest:
In attempting to live my priorities, and encourage others to do the same, I have adopted into my routine Speed Cleaning. (Okay, not so much lately as I’ve been busy trying to finish up my latest book project. Currently, well, let’s just say I am thanking the Lord that I have a man who doesn’t mind dishpan hands! ;-))
Visit his site. His products are fabulous and worth every penny.
When I teach speed cleaning, I also show how to use a apron crafted to hold your supplies so you have everything right within reach and do not have to walk the perimeter of your home several times. (You know….go around and dust everything. Then take the window cleaner all around getting rid of the cute little finger prints. Next, take the all-purpose cleaner and clean the counters and sinks….etc… You get the time-wasting picture, right?)
Well, my new cyber friend Sheri, who heard me speak a few weeks ago at the Hearts at Home conference on the campus of Focus on the Family, has made some absolutely adorable cleaning aprons and has them for sale on Etsy.com. She is kind enough to give away one to a commenter today.
Here’s a bit about Sheri:
I am a military wife and homeschooling mom of 4. I fell in love with aprons about 14 years ago as a new Christian and new mom, listening to Elisabeth Elliot speak on Susanna Wesley covering her head with her apron to pray.
I just love the message wearing aprons conveys of home, love, comfort, etc. It’s like a homemaker’s uniform.
I love sewing any apron, I had made a similar design as a “cash” apron, and after hearing Karen’s Workshop on “Keeping Your Ducks in a Relative Row” I decided I needed my own cleaning apron, and since I recently started placing items in my etsy shop, I made some extras.
I will take custom orders and currently have free shipping with code SHIPFREE at http://www.etsy.com/shop/SheriMomto4
I love it. I love that she is using her passion to help others (like me, who can’t sew a straight seam) and earn some money at home for her family.
And, oh do I have a special place in my heart for military moms! Please check out her Esty site.
Okay girlfriends, leave us a comment today sharing your biggest cleaning headache.
Do you wrestle with your dirty floors?
Have an aversion to washing windows?
Can’t stand to keep up on keeping the fridge rid of rotten items that resemble a science project gone bad?
What is your greatest cleaning challenge?
You just may win a free apron.
Happy cobweb busting!