Wish the inside of my house was as neat as the garden view from this window. 🙂
It seems to be the never ending garden project… Can’t tell you how many bags of mulch I have put down so far, and I’m only about 1/2 way done with prepping the garden for the summer. Weekend plans include pulling all those river rocks out from the edge along with the stepping stones; cleaning out the little sprouts that have started from the tree seeds; putting down corn gluten (pre-emergent) to stop any others from coming up; and finally putting down mulch.
I have a “plan” for those extra rocks…
It will be great once this project is finally done, then maybe the weather will warm up enough to enjoy that pool I have in the background…though my dogs already have been enjoying it on the warm sunny days. 🙂
Back from a trip to New Orleans to watch my fearless Notre Dame Fighting Irish Women’s Basketball team in the “Final Four”. It was a tough game, but I’m proud of those girls!
Back to my decluttering project (and then fixing that darn french drain the dogs pulled out this afternoon – thank you geckos…)
Anyway – Today, with temps in the 80’s, but expected to be in the mid-40’s by tomorrow/Thursday I decided to tackle this box in the guest bedroom closet
Filled with winter gloves, both “utilitarian” and “dress gloves”, some scarves and headbands…
I refolded the scarves (there were just a couple) and put them on the “scarf shelf”, then re-organized the box of gloves, checking for any that had tears or were worn out.
Instead of putting these back on the top shelf, I put it on a lower side shelf where it will be easy to get to and I won’t be inclined to just throw the gloves up in the general direction of the box…
Now to go fix that darn French drain…
I’ve been working in the garden a lot lately, and around my house we have a large population of geckos. When this challenge came up I headed out the door with the intention of getting some great pictures of blue bonnets in a yard around the block. As I walked out the door a brown gecko ran across my path, and I though to myself – “Darn, if he were only green”, why? because when they are green they are vibrant green. Something prompted me to turn around when I headed down my drive and, low and behold! A green gecko!
Back to decluttering now that I have the french drain finished. Finalized that project just in time for a major storm and several smaller storms to pass through my area.
My guest room closet is rather small. That said, I sure can pack it in there!
I worked on the shelves and floor area on one side of the closet last night.
What’s in that pile? More bedsheets, a couple scarves, a hat and some gloves, a table cloth for patio table, and a stack of family pictures I never got around to putting up. I also had a lot of other pictures on the floor below this shelf.
Now to decide where and how to display my family pictures! Good thing my friend Lisa from Taylor TX will be coming to Houston in the near future – she is a great decorator, and will certainly take on the challenge with me in hanging these in a beautiful display.
This is my “collection” of bedsheets – yes, there are a couple unopened packages there! (YIKES). Actually, they are twin bed flat sheets and my intention on buying them was to use them to make a duvet cover or maybe an outdoor blanket that could be used as a beach blanket, etc. All these will be put in a garage sale I am going to participate in with a neighbor and her daughter. I hear they are very popular GS items. 🙂
The rest of the closet that I will be tackling in the days to come… Amazing how many winter coats I have for a person living in the south, isn’t it. 🙂