“I can say the willingness to get dirty has always defined us as a nation, and it’s a hallmark of hard work and a hallmark of fun, and dirt is not the enemy.+ — Mike Rowe
So here’s the headline on dirt.
Sculptors, painters, gardeners, grade schoolers and just about anyone else who lives on the planet experiences dirt in their environment from time to time.
FInding a few dust bunnies under your kitchen table is not the end of the world. This just means that life is happening around you and this annoying residue is subtly beckoning you and yours to get involved and do something.
Afterall with the clock hands pushed ahead one hour there is more daylight around in which to get things done. More sunlight means more exposure to things that have to get done. That’s all!
You aren’t necessarily become a dirt monger just because a few of these infamous dust bunnies appear in your home.
Rejoice. Reality is merely offering you that wake up call and indirectly inviting you to get busy in your own spring cleaning campaign.