Before I get to what I accomplished today let me say I think this place must be Camelot! I woke up this morning at about 7am to pouring rain. It was really coming down hard. After listening to it for a while I decided I needed to go get the days newspaper out of the driveway before it was totally soaked and unreadable like my paper in MD was if caught in the rain. On went the rain coat over the PJ's and I ran out barefoot and being amazed at the warmth since the sun had not yet come up. There was no need to worry about the readability of my paper. It was wrapped so well nothing was going to soak through. Very, very nice! The morning news said it was supposed to rain pretty much all day, but stop by early evening in time for trick or treating. Well not in The Village! Dawn came and by 9am the rain had stopped and by 10 the sun was out! Another beautiful day in TV.
Now on to the organizational task for the day. One of the few pieces of furniture that I brought from Maryland, other than craft room stuff, was the desk that lived in the bedroom. I took everything out of it to move it and not only had to put that stuff back but had found more to go in. This is what it was looking like in its new home along the dining room wall. Not a pretty sight! So I pulled up a chair and got to work.
It took a while to find a place for everything, but after about an hour here is what it looked like. Much improved! Everything had a designated location. One thing is for sure. I don't think I will need to purchase any pens, pencils, markers or paper pads for the rest of my life, I have more than enough......probably I have enough for several lifetimes.
One thing that I really like about this desk is that it has a lot of good work space when open, but when you don't want the whole world to see your paper work it closes up into a very compact cube.
At this point pretty much everything is in place. I still need to get a tall book case and a computer desk. I'm going to look at a couple of the local furniture consignment stores. I really am tired of building furniture.