I have two weeks of almost clear vacation time to work on projects.
A few years ago, over a period of several months, I emptied our lowest level of a shoulder high wall of clutter, the residue of my husband’s deceased first wife’s private and professional endeavors. I had it cleared, except for a few things belonging to other people, down to the carpet. This post’s “featured image” is a document of that accomplishment.
My husband decreed that he wanted that space for his projects and promptly filled it up again with a mountain of overflowing bags and boxes of the unsorted archives of three of his ongoing (and dormant) endeavors.
Almost equally promptly he decided he didn’t like to work in that space — bad lighting, bad acoustics…. ???
“Well,” I said to myself, “I have projects and activities which would work quite well down there!”
So I have secured permission (ALWAYS secure Permission — even if it’s only token permission) to sort, pack up and label his archives — as long as I don’t actually discard anything!!!!! — and move it into the storage area. (Clearing out that storage area was my second huge accomplishment. We did some of that clearing together.)
And now you can guess of the most physical of my vacation goals.
Stay tuned for reports.