Spring means we like to clean Gigi’s windows. Generally that happens the same day, or near it, that the family pitches in to do spring mulching and yard work at her house. However, as the mulching work was done in the spring of 2019, it was evident that Gigi needed her deteriorated back patio removed, a new roof, and gutters. She didn’t want her windows washed knowing how all that work would mess up her clean windows. The projects weren’t completed until fall, and by then we decided to wait for window cleaning until spring.
With Spring 2020 came Covid restrictions and concerns, so the windows weren’t done then either. However this fall as Sarah neared her book completion, she volunteered to help me wash Gigi’s windows, not wanting to let another whole year pass for Gigi without clean windows.
So on a beautiful Tuesday morning, we collected our supplies and headed over for our project. The job took Sarah and me an hour and 15 minutes. Gigi was delighted to have clean windows after 2.5 years!
“For with thee is the fountain of life: in thy light shall we see light” (Psalms 36:9).