Ok, sometimes I get really excited about spring cleaning and start and then stall out. I think that is what happened this last weekend, LOL.
I moved the furniture in my sons' rooms and swept and vacuumed behind the furniture, DH sorted toys to pack up or give away and I organized clothing and put away clothes that are too small/out of season. In our bedroom, I didn't get the bed moved yet but I removed the winter bedding (regretting that with 20 degree nights, ugh, brought back the electric blanket), put away the flannel sheets and brought out the cotton sheets. In addition to another challenge to clean out closets, I took about 20 items to a thrift store for donation. My next goal is to work on shoes. I have too, too many and I have to switch my winter boots, loafers, casual shoes out and box them up and store them in the basement. Then I can get out my sandals, flip flops, light colored shoes, mules and bring them upstairs to my closet. Not there yet b/c we almost had snow this last weekend. Ugh.
DH has already started working outside doing the "spring cleaning" of our yard. I did sweep and sweep our deck and porch so it is ready for our outdoor furniture. A nice rain on Monday helped clean things off as well.
The kitchen needs a good cleaning, too. DH promised to help move the fridge and stove so I can clean behind them. I did declutter two of my cabinets this winter but my pantry area could use a good cleaning.
As for the living/dining area, I keep on top of those areas. The only thing that I would like to do is take down the drapes and either wash them or vacuum them to get the dust/dog hair off. I'm not going to do what they did in prairie times and take all the rugs out and beat them on the clothes line, LOL. I think my vacuum works well enough!
I work in bits and pieces. It may take all spring! My mom used to spend about 3 whole days working from upstairs to downstairs. I just can't do that! Not enough attention span! Too many little boys underfoot!