On Sunday I decided to tidy up in the living room. Our living room is one of those rooms, where it ends up being a dumping ground. So I gave it a half decent clean, and decided to unroll the living room rug and put it down. As I unrolled it, inside of it was the front hall rug from the last house.
When we moved in we looked high and low for that rug and couldn't find it. We actually thought we had left it at the old house. I wonder what else we will discover over the next few months?
I really enjoyed my Sunday, as I pottered around the house all day just doing bits and bobs of jobs. Dh spent the morning up in the attic, his home away from home!! He has more or less finished insulating the ceiling and has now got to only insulate behind the knee wall. Which may not seem like too much, its fiddly and will take time. I have to say it's made a difference so far, the upstairs of the house is a little warmer already. So the more we do, the warmer it will be.
He then went to get the last of the insulation, so we can now send away for another rebate, every little helps!!
Not sure if I mentioned it the other day, but I wrote all my Christmas cards. However I have ran into a bit of a problem, it turns out there is a postal strike in Britain at the moment. So I need to hang onto them until my mother tells me the strike is over. Not that I was mailing them until the third week of November anyhow. Fingers crossed they go back to work before then. I wanted to get them sent off a little earlier than normal, as with moving house a lot of people who I only "talk" too once a year, will not have our new address.
My mam and step-father's Christmas gift(s) I will order them from a British website and get them to deliver it (them), it's a lot easier than trying to rely on Canada Post or the Royal Mail.