We kick off our shoes wherever we want - like right in the middle of a high traffic area so they can easily be tripped over.
and banana peels in the laundry room trash can next to old socks and dryer lint. Yes, it is chaos. I haven't even unpacked the pool bag, which still sits in a dining room corner filled with sunscreen, pool tags and sunglasses. It wonders what happened to summer.
So do I.
If you're enjoying some autumn chaos - I have a treat for you. Very soon I will be publishing a "Better Living Through Chaos" collection of columns. Yes! It's true! Twenty-seven of my best columns that previously ran in The Bergen Record, The Philadelphia Inquirer, New York Times and a several other newspapers.
If you used to read me, and miss my columns, you can enjoy them again, all in one place. If you never got to read those columns ... you will love reading them now. Chaos never gets old.
Speaking of which, remember the adorable patio?
Two days ago we had a torrential downpour and had to hastily drag the cushions inside. We've been too busy to take them out again.
Chaos. It's not so bad when you get used to it.