Saturday, April 21, 2012

Cleaning the Closets

Boy it feels good to organize one's life. To throw out things you no longer need. To give away clothes that you haven't worn in a long time. To break up and recycle boxes that you saved in case you had to return an appliance. To destroy paperwork that is no longer valid. To give away useful items that you no longer have a use for. To re-inventory your pantry. To toss all those expired medications, drugs, and ointments.

Boy does it feel good to rearrange shelves, drawers, and other surfaces so they make more sense today than they did a while ago. To hang clothes in an order that facilitates their selection each day. To iron all those shirts that have been patiently waiting. To find and mend all those buttons that have gone off on their own.

Boy it does feel good to organize one's physical life because when you do, you find that inadvertently you have organized your emotional life as well! Try it and let me know what you discovered.

P.S. If you find any wonderful tiny treasure trinkets that you think I might like to add to Michael's Museum, I am still holding on to those things. 😄

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