The hardwood floor in the kitchen needed cleaning. There was a lot going on in there for Thanksgiving, but now that things have quieted back down, there is no reason for not gathering up the rugs and sending them through the wash.
Once the rugs were up, the spots were very visible. I decided that it needed a good scrubbing on my hands and knees before throwing down some Bona finish to make it shine (that is applied with a microfiber applicator that I can remove the head and throw in the wash for the next time.)
But once I was down on my hands and knees, I noticed that the bottom cabinet doors were splattered and dripped on. How had I missed that?!!!
('Old eyes syndrome' has its benefits. I suppose.)
So I got out the spray cleaner and another microfiber cloth and went to work on them.
And as long as I was doing the bottom cabinets, I might as well give the top cabinet doors a good wash.
As I worked, I tired to remember the last time I washed them.
I also noticed that the white trim mop boards could use a touch up.
I was reminded of an old children's song: "This is the song that never ends...it goes on and on, my friends..."