Cleaning is a great distraction.

I know I need to clean up. I am a bit of a pack rat. I will look at something, a broken chair for example and think, but I’m saving it because I can use the remaining legs for garden posts in the yard and the seat as a tray or maybe a planter.

Now I am looking at all these things that I planned to work on at some point, and I must decide, “Will I use it in my new space?”

Since the decision of what type of space has not been made yet. I have decided instead of cleaning I should choose the new space first. Now I’m focused on making that decision Where will we move? This is wonderful.

I have avoided cleaning, see how did that!

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