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Carpet Cleaning In Nashville
- Carpet cleaning, for beautification, and the removal of stains, dirt, grit, sand, and allergens can be achieved by several methods, both traditional and modern.
- Nashville! is a commercial radio channel on XM Satellite Radio. It is located on XM11 and plays a wide range of country music hits from the early 1990s through today. The channel is programmed out of Cincinnati, Ohio. Advertising sales are handled by Premiere Radio Networks.
- capital of the state of Tennessee; located in the north central part of the state on the Cumberland River; known for country music
- Nashville is the fifth album by indie folk musician Josh Rouse. It was released in 2005 by Rykodisc.
- The capital of Tennessee, in the north central part of the state, on the Cumberland River; pop. 569,891. It is noted for its music industry and for the Country Music Hall of Fame
95/365 The end of a VERY long day
Well, today I had a spring cleaning virus. Yep, I cleaned my house like an alien had taken over my body. I always keep things CLEAN, but not always free of clutter. Today I cleaned out other closets, flipped mattresses, cleaned carpets, scrubbed floors on my hands and knees making sure all hidden dirt was washed up, and any other ridiculous act of cleanliness you can think of. But most of all I sorted through the clutter and found homes for things that have never had a home.
I am also a *single mom* this week. Mike is in Virginia looking at houses for the move in June. Since we're buying again to add to our rental property collection it seemed best to send him ahead so we can get the painfully slow mortgage process started before we even get there. I'm not a fan of living in hotels while waiting on the bank. Once this part of the process is over I can relax and enjoy the last 2 months we're here. I really do like this area and hope we retire here when Mike retires. I'm pretty sure this is where I'd like to call home.
Anyway, I'll be MIA most of this week since I'll be driving to Kentucky to spend the week and weekend with my family, and then Easter Sunday in Nashville with Mike's family. I'm SO looking forward to the week in Kentucky and spending some much needed time with my sisters. The one thing I've hated about the military lifestyle is being away from both of them. Jenny and I have a connection that is insanely close, even across the miles, but it's not the same to get a phone call or to make one when you feel something going on. Sissy, I miss you! See you on Wednesday!!
Wish me luck that I make the drive safe and sound. It will be me, the 2 girls, a dog, and a butterfly house with 4 chrysalises that haven't yet turned to butterflies. Not to mention that Alex hasn't been on a road trip since potty training a month ago. I hope we make it in one piece and with no peepee accidents in the car. Any thoughts and prayers are greatly appreciated, LOL! (and yes, I'm packing Alex's training potty in the car *just in case* we have to stop on the side of the road...... If I pack it we won't need it, if I DON'T we absolutely will. I'm not tempting fate. Not this time.)
Tennessee Floods 2010
David Waters came from Linn Creek, Missouri, came to help his handicapped sister-in-law clean up the mess the Nashville floodwaters left in her home. Water overflowing the banks of the nearby river in her neighborhood rose to about four feet above street level and invaded the first level of every house in the four block area. Jimmy Howard, who lives just up the street brought the woman to his home to stay while the flood waters crested and receded and he showed up, Friday, to help remove the damaged furniture and tear up the floor tiles so the subfloor could dry out. David Waters and Derrick Lugg didn’t know the woman but showed up anyway to help with the clean-up in the neighborhood. They were removing floor tiles and washing down the walls in the modest one-story home. That’s the way it’s going in Nashville, people helping other people. The men agreed the Red Cross was doing wonderful work in the area as well and they appreciated the efforts of the hundreds of volunteers who came to help in Nashville’s time of need. David’s mother-in-law and father-in-law have been Emergency Response Vehicle drivers for the American Red Cross for many years and find the work very rewarding, he said.
Here, Derrick Lugg puts a roll of saturated carpeting at the curb.
Photo Credit: Daniel Cima/American Red Cross
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