Not on the List

DH has been working all weekend cleaning up his workshop.

We have decided to put up something new in the staircase, so the shop sign which is there and has been needs to be removed.

One of two things will replace it: a metal table top I’ve kept for 30 years with that in mind or the candelabra, if we can figure out how to wire it.

DH and I talked about how we will once and for good, get rid of the remaining store stock, or at least the part of it that’s in the storage unit. That comprises about 1/2 of what’s in the storage. If it’s gone, then we can remove the wall of boxes of books (well mostly books) in our bedroom and make use of about 1/3 of the space, which we can’t now.

Anyway, we have a deadline, the end of the year. By then I will have a plan. I will go thru for the last time the boxes in the storage, remove what is mine to keep (my books wound up there too!) and we’ll purge the rest. Somehow. Somewhere.

The glass door knobs? They’re still here, their fate undetermined.


One response to “Not on the List

  1. Doesn’t it feel good to say things like, “I have a plan,” “we have a deadline,” and “the last time?” It’s like you can really SEE the light at the end of the tunnel.

    My glass doorknob suggestions: Can you mount them on something sturdy and use them as hooks? Or mount them with wire/string strung between and use them to hang pics? (That’s might be a bit cutesy…..) I love glass doorknobs. They make me think of my grandma’s house.

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