A still small voice, made me enter the drawing
I never win at those things and why would this be any different.
I knew the book would be such a help to me.
Downsizing, as it is sometimes called, which I have come to believe was made up by a person needing to rid themselves of their hoard.
Such a gentle way to say "throw it out!"
"No, I am not getting rid of all my clutter, I am downsizing!"
As many of you know, "downsizing" has been a real
hardship for me.
I felt I needed to apologize for moving to a senior
mobile home park.
why is it so hard to live a minimal life?
I love this book. It has made such a huge difference
One of the things I was struggling with
the most was sewing magazines.
Not just any sewing magazines, but special ones.
Australian arts and smocking!
Now for those that sew and smock, you would never
NEVER part with those. Sell maybe but to give away!
I was only a few pages into the book, when that
still small voice said Mary Jane
would like those magazines. You know the ones in storage,
You know the ones that will do her more good then
just sitting in storage.
A call to Mary Jane, the magazines boxed and on the porch
and a very happy friend and it made me feel
good, not sad, to part with those magazines.
It is a journey, thank you to
Pam, for holding the drawing.
Thank you to Cheryl E. Smith
for sharing her journey, so we can
follow, with a map.
My journey has just begun.
My first load has just gone out. I am still only in this
As Cheryl describes in her book. you have many
layers to go though.