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Do you have an Active Imagination?
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Do you have trouble Managing your Life, Home, and Family?
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I want to show you tips and tricks I've learned over the years of dealing with these problems mostly without medications.
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"Cap'n on deck, line up you sea dogs!"  

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Pick your Captain, Any Captain! Make him or her yourself for a day, week, month (you know as long as it keeps working...) and then look around you. Your home has now been transformed into a sprawling pirate ship. With full rigging.

Imagine with me the billowing sails in the color of your dear living room curtains. Come on open the window! Let in that fresh salty sea breeze! Turn sprinklers on the front lawn for added effect of waves crashing. Your living room is now the main top deck, kitchen has been turned into a galley. Enjoy counting your plunder in the Captain's Quarters aka Master Bedroom. Computer Room or Hobby Room can become the Helm. Bathroom naturally is the Brig. Children's rooms are for the crew. Please choose your crew wisely.

Never can tell where loyalties lie and watch out for stowaways on slumber party nights. Once you have your mixed crew of imaginary and real people assembled. Assign them tasks.
Older crew members can swab the decks. Younger crew can tie down the rigging. If you're all alone in your home then order yourself around and don't be lazy with the whip. A good crack here and there will set them straight.
Don't forget in your Home Management Notebook you can set it up as a Captain's Logbook. With sections on Crew, Plunder, Treasure, Ship Maintenance, Treasure Map Locations, a listing of qualified doctors to see upon getting stabbed or shot, you know, the basics.
The best part of Pirating is searching for hidden treasure. Now I don't want you to go digging holes in your yards. I want you to clear out your junk and throw away the fool's gold and search for the crown jewels. Be MERCILESS! You're a Pirate!
For the higher imaginative Captains you can add your own scenarios while you go along, either of swashbuckling treasure hunting, make like you are a hidden spy on an enemy ship and are rooting for clues, or romantic escapades on the high seas... the choices are as large as your imagination...

Of course make any dawdlers walk the plank at sword point. Or better yet arm them with a swisher and mop and lock them in the Brig. HAR HAR HAR!!!!

The best is to have fun while making your home Ship Shape.
(This Theme is a present to myself for my Birth Month of April and my determination to do some major Spring Cleaning this month...cause I don't know about you mates but that first pic just gives me goosebumps, an adrenaline rush, and a silly grin! Savvy?)

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LOL, you are soo funny!Swab the deck or walk the plank!have to write that down

Happy birthday even though you *ahem* aren't celebrating. ;-)

Happy birthday dear, or more like happy quarter century. But, I hope you have a relaxing day rather than trying to start this huge cleaning project.

But, Brandy the kids can tie down the rigging, but what does that mean. Youssef usually takes ahold of the swifter duster and manages to dust the clean tub or shake the dust bunnies onto the clean floor. I'm having trouble getting help with the chores as you can tell. Is it easy to get your kids to do little things?

I really like this blog. It's so cute and such a creative idea Brandy. The background is so sweet. Love you!

Treasure Island much?

I can't wait to have kids, with my OCD, they'll get brooms for toys and peppermints for dessert.

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