Scaredy Cat Challenge - The Flylady is coming! :)

Dearest Flylady

Fantastic news that you and the Flycrew are visiting Copenhagen as part of your 'Moving in May' virtual tour. I can't wait for you all to get here! Thanks to three years of Flylady routines and decluttering, my house is all ready for you and the crew. Though the basement is still a work in progress...not perfection! ;)

My Scaredy Cat Challenge for the next few weeks is going to be whipping our garden into shape. Because when you come over we'll hopefully be sitting outside, enjoying the Danish spring, my very favourite season. Funnily enough, Missus Smarty Pants says that's the seasonal colours I look best in... I know Leslie loves scarves and shoes, so a shopping day in Copenhagen is definitely on the cards while you're here :)




Just like my house, I'm going to get our garden ready 15 minutes at a time. I started off the Scaredy Cat Challenge this morning by mowing the lawn - it's the 'shiny sink' of my garden. It's quite a tough job (takes three 15 minute sessions) but I make it into a NEWO workout (I even wear my heart rate monitor) so it doesn't seem like so much of a chore.




Talking of NEWO exercise, I'm looking forward to taking Jonathan on an interval run down to the beach at the end of our street. Has he seen the North sea before? It's so beautiful at 9am in the morning...




But back to my garden... I found some bags of potting earth at the back of the garage (during a declutter session), so I'm going to plant lots of pansies and bulbs, so there'll be lots of colour when you get here.




See the French balcony doors at the top of the house? That's the guestbedroom, where you'll be staying...




Our guest bedroom is always 'company ready'. There are towels in the cupboard - just help yourself. There's also a hairdryer and straightening irons in there for the Dinner Diva, Leanne. I heard she had problems with those on her visit to Ireland... Normally when we have guests I make Parmesan Chicken (from her 'Saving Dinner' book) but I'll make some traditional Danish dishes for her to try :)

Anyway, my work on the garden has started and I'm doing it the Flylady way. So now it's time for the most important thing you've taught me - maybe the hardest habit of all - 15 minutes of pamper time!




See you all next month! Can't wait!

Love
Diane, Denmark
PS: Tell Nikki that I'm taking her to The Tivoli Gardens, Denmark's famous attraction. We'll do all the rides (she likes rollercoasters, right?) and finish the evening with a rock concert! :)

3 comments:

Sassy Jen said...

You are company ready!

Your Juliette balcony is amazing!

DIANE, DENMARK said...

Thanks Jen! Will you be coming over too? We've plenty of spare beds and duvets! ;)

Bento Box / Asfora said...

Did the Flylady come to Germany? I never saw anything?!