|bye bye studio - thanks for the memories!|
This summer, I decided it was time to simply move the studio home.
|Guest bedroom closet, freshly painted & ready to load|
Unfortunately, shipping took a lot longer than expected due to storms and power outages and who knows what craziness, so the system wasn’t here yet before moving day, let alone installed and ready to use.
|waiting for storage furniture to arrive|
On the plus side, Best Craft Organizers was willing to work with me, and they held my order at their warehouse until we got home from our trip, so I didn't have to worry about the boxes arriving while we were gone.
|my new storage system|
Fast forward to the end of September, I’m back from my trip and the craft organizers arrived - 12 big boxes that once again filled my living room. To get them set up, I had to empty the front bedroom closet, and find room to store everything inside. Yikes!
Then it was build the new furniture, and modify the old closet storage system. That only took a day. But I’m still working on sorting and organizing the supplies back into the closet. Which is where I got stuck in Zeno’s Dichotomy Paradox. Every day I sort through several more boxes. And the number of boxes waiting to be sorted doesn’t seem to diminish. As I go through each box, most things get sorted into the new drawers and storage systems. Some of it is earmarked for giveaway. But far too many things get set aside on the guest bed for further sorting, or because I simply wasn’t sure what to do with it. At the end of each day, the guest bedroom looks like the aftermath of an explosion, although the closet remains neatly organized.
|See? The closet is looking fine, but the bedroom was a disaster!|
|the closet is almost together|
Wish me luck!