Yes, please post. I could use the help.Best,Bonnie
This is why I do not begin cleaning. It just leads to chaos.
Smiling at the other 2 comments.I think the Internet would implode if I put pictures of my mess. Before I moved I was mostly organized and now I can't seem to find a place for anything.
This comment applies to this post and the previous one.Beer lunch. Beer lunch. Beer lunch.
I must agree with Ms.Moon. I'm having a "if you give a mouse a cookie" moment myself. I had the girls' rooms painted and now I don't want to put the ugly, old furniture back into their beautiful, clean, spare, freshly painted rooms. I have created piles. Everywhere. It's problem, which I decided to solve by sitting down and reading blogs.
Ah, you are all my kind of people! I'm sitting in the corner of my sofa looking at piles of stuff I intend to sort through and find a space for since taking down my desk. The other day I was going through the 3 stacks of books on the floor, this one to the used bookstore, that one to a friend, this one a keeper - when I found a book I hadn't opened in years. I spent a happy 2 hours lying on the sofa reading essays from Ursula LeGuin's Dancing at the Edge of the World.Organizing: 0Me feeling happy: a zillion!
These kinds of tasks always leave me feeling more undone than the closet, frankly. I am good at weeding out and throwing things away or donating, but I have a hard time deciding where to put things that I want to keep when it is time to put them back. I hope you sorted it all out.
I have a simpatico relationship with dust ....Maybe it's your weather change :)
when you're done with yours can you come over and organize me?
Your pictures remind me of a writers apartment in Greenwhich Village. I would have large prints made of these pictures and frame them to memorialize how rich and incredible your life looks before you move a thing!