Sometimes it pays to ignore things.
My computer has been working like a charm since I decided to "ignore" the virus warning that supposedly is, in itself, a virus. While I do not recommend this course of action, it has worked for me. Well, at least for the time being.
Well, here they are.
My closets and drawers are filled to overflowing with more stuff. I won't be snapping any more photos of them, for fear you will call The Hoarders and I'll see myself on a TV episode. You'll be going tsk, tsk, and my children will be saying, "How did we let this happen?"
Since returning from Arizona, I've been determined to streamline and simplify my life, another phrase borrowed from something I read somewhere, and a fancy way of saying I don't know where to put anything anymore.
And if we can do without it all for six months of the year, living in a mobile home in Arizona, why do we need it all here?
I did go through all my books already this week, filling a shopping bag for Half-Price books. I might get a buck-two-eighty (ala Garrison Keillor) for all of them. But it was very hard to part with them. I had planned to re-read them someday (yeah, right).