I must be weird. I'm getting a thrill out of cleaning and throwing out. What probably makes it more thrilling than normal is that I'm gaining valuable space for what is important to me. My photography and still life set ups.
For the second time this year I'm 'reorganizing' my home studio (formerly sewing room). I'm reclaiming the closet. The fabric and other stuff is moving out. The problem was where to put it.
The last time I did a major reorganization was a year and a half ago and that time half the fabric and sewing stuff got moved to the other spare bedroom so there is no more room there. The only other closet available was the master. As I looked around at what was piled on the selves I got real excited. It didn't take long and there was a huge trash bag full of things that I couldn't part with earlier. Another huge bag is currently in the car waiting for drop off at Good Will.
I have more empty space on the opposite wall now too. Yippee!
Don't you think I need it? That tiny corner on the right is my 'shooting space' Only side light unless I do some finagling. And I want to reclaim the north window light covered by my backdrops.
All books are going in the closet which has only one tiny rod. I had all built in shelves for fabric when we moved in. (I'd love to move the sewing cabinet to the basement.)
Don't be in a big hurry to see the after. My afters seem to take quite awhile because of creative interruptions before they're finished.
My other finds this week include awesome wildflowers. We've not received this much rain in decades and species are showing up that I've never seen and they are showing up in massive quantities. Here's just one sample. Bee balm.
Joining Kim for Friday Finds!
And Lisa for Life Thru the Lens!