MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Thursday in the kitchen

The room I like the least was the place that dominated my time most, today. I began an hour later than I intended, thinking I would only be off that one hour for the two hours I would be purging. Well, the purging was fine but the “well, I had better clean this while I am here” took over and by 3:30 PM, I was wrapping up that detested adventure of purging, cleaning, and reorganizing. The counters are cleared, except for what I need, and I even made it a little homier with some floral touches.

There was a rearranging of the schedule and tonight when I finish a Zoom call with a friend, I will tackle my writing desk. All my Mary Lincoln books were returned to the front room and now occupy the bookcase my parents purchased with my 1969 set of World Book Encyclopedias. Now, it’s just a matter of reorganizing.

The study will be a challenge as I never know what I am going to need and fear the minute something is tossed, I will need it for a lesson. The front room has a number of boxed books, ready to head to 2nd & Charles Bookstore. Then, it’s my bedroom on the main floor with the front hall closet and the second-floor bedroom. I am thinking about holding off on the basement and attic for a month or so.

And with that, it’s time for a nap! A well-deserved nap!

Make it a great day, if you have not done so already.

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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