Due to sheet rock being replaced after water damage - there is dust from cutting the damaged sheet rock out, replacing it, mudding & taping the seams, then sanding them smooth, more mudding for texture, and more sanding here & there.....in short, dust factory even though the sander is hooked up to a vacuum cleaner.
I have company coming Sunday, it's raining (mud, paint, cement, grout, and caulk will dry more slowly) yesterday & today (and probably tomorrow) - and the contractor is out sick today (extra drying time - but nothing getting done). And the work will take an extra day...cutting into my cleaning time before company is picked up Sunday (Mom flies in tomorrow and spends the weekend with Lil Sis & her DH). It's going to be an interesting week next week - as I drive Mom to West Texas to run several errands with Dad's estate (at 79 and only two months away from turning 80, she doesn't need to be driving from Oklahoma to Houston to San Antonio and back to Oklahoma - Baby Brother & his wife both work, so they can't take off several days to go with her - I don't work outside the home, so I volunteered myself because I like going places with Mom).
I just had no idea that the remodeling &* repairs (replacing ceramic tiles that are popping out of the cement bed with porcelain tiles of a different size & color is remodeling and there will be repainting done in a different color in one room and, if I can get the paint matched) just painting the repaired places in the other room. Followed by repainting in the entry hallway when I have time - probably NOT this weekend. Cleaning up enough to have company in the guest room takes priority. Making the trip to San Antonio takes priority.
But mostly getting up the dust from the sheet rock & mud so that we're not writing our names on the furniture is going to be the first thing done...after painting the one room that will be a mix of orange sherbert & dried mud (an off white with a brownish tone).