Moving is not for the faint hearted!
After 14 years in this house, it is amazing how much one can obtain. Downsizing and moving is proving to be way more involved than I originally thought/planned. I knew we were going to go smaller; I thought I was doing well with starting to eliminate "stuff".
I still have way more stuff to do something with. I thought about selling patterns and fabric on line but that requires time to take photos and then post on eBay or some other source. I saw this as one more obstacle in my long list of things to do!
I have yet to sew anything since I retired; and here it is I thought I would be sewing up a storm. Just can't get the mojo going. Once we move and get settled, I know I will be sewing again. Until then, I am packing up more of my fabric collection.
I donated 4 large trash bags of fabric to Goodwill along with two trash bags of patterns. I also gave 2 bags of fabric to a young girl who has just started sewing and the look on her face when I gave her the fabric was so worthwhile! Also packed up two trash bags of shoes that have not seen the light of day in at least 10 years!😲
For those readers who live in my area, the fabric, patterns and shoes have gone to the Goodwill locations at Hollins, Melrose and Cave Spring.
Today is a new day to tackle more clutter! I woke up this AM and dang if it wasn't snowing again. Nothing like the snows in northeastern states have been, but the thought of snow in April stuns me.