While last week’s task should have been an easy one for me, I sorta fizzled on it. I gathered up a lot more stray thread that needed to be put away, but all I managed to put away was the spools . . . because they were easy.
The embroidery floss mess? Still a mess . . . but at least it’s all in one place, and I will deal with it soon, I hope.
And I thought I’d give you a gratuitous shot of the current state of affairs on my cutting table — it’s hopeless! But please note that my ironing board is still clean:
I’m swamped with work right now, and I’m leaving today for a weekend retreat (at which I hope to make lots of blocks for my Block Report), so I need another easy task for this coming week. I’ve chosen a repeat:
Because I have many many drawers that need to be organized.
I had hoped that the last drawer I cleaned would lead to a contagious cleaning out of all the adjoining drawers, but sadly, it did not. I dutifully cleaned out the one drawer, and stopped right there! That drawer has stayed clean, though — does that count for anything?
Here’s the next one I’m going to tackle:
I’m really hoping that I end up with one of these drawers completely empty, which will give me space to put more things away out of sight, yet easily within reach.
How about you?
Do you still have drawers that need to be organized?
Or when you cleaned out that first drawer, was it contagious, and you just got them all done at once?
If all your drawers are neatly organized, pick one shelf to work on. And if all your shelves are already neatly organized, consider me completely envious, and enjoy the extra time sewing!