Decluttering, yes, but not all the time, what else have I been up to. Well, I try to find time each day to play the piano, finally teaching myself to play was a major step for me and I want to keep it up. Though my back is still not right, and probably won't be till it warms up and dries up here, I still walk a couple of miles each day and exercise.
Then Friday, with other things sorted out, I sat down to order a new computer. Mine has not died, but it's about 8 years old and in computer years that's about 800 years, so it was time for a new one. I was tired of going to sites and being told my system was too old. I couldn't even put Skype on my machine. Anyway I went on-line, found the I-Mac I wanted, it had to be a Mac, we've always had Macs and even though they're a bit more expensive they're worth it, Macs don't die, they just get old. Next I contacted a company we'd done business with before and called them up, ordered what I wanted, and then it got complicated. They no longer do their own financing and sent me to another site. Now I could pay cash, but if a company will give me 6 months same as cash I save my money and go that way. Several calls later, many misunderstandings and I cancelled my order, I was not happy.
I then contacted Apple directly, ordered my Mac and it will be here Tuesday or Wednesday, no problems, no hassles, just a quick sale.
Today it's raining, in fact they've forecast rain for most of the week, grumble, grumble. Other than an umbrella I have no rain gear, no waterproof anyway. So when we went to walk this morning, I got wet and I grumbled. It's not that I mind getting wet, it's that I hate changing clothes! I'd have been a terrible Edwardian (watched Downton Abbey last night), I'd have worn the same clothes all day and people would have thought there was something weird about me.
But anyway, I'm in dry clothes now, getting ready to go make some Springy pillows, work on the puzzle that's trying to drive me round the bend and work on a new painting --- I have one started and I'm going to start another. Hope you have a good week.