I was up early and read the newspaper in solitude for an hour before The Husband appeared. We enjoyed quiet time together and then got busy with projects.
I packed away Halloween decor and pulled out Thanksgiving decorations.
The Husband ruthlessly cleaned his closet.
The United Cerebral Palsey truck will be in our neighborhood on Tuesday and we will have plenty of clothes and household goods to donate.
I keep a box in the basement at all times as a repository for donations. It's amazing how you can pretty much always say "Yes, I have something for you to pick up when your truck is in my neighborhood."
Ask yourself these questions every time you open a closet, cabinet or drawer and reach for an item:
When is the last time I used this?
Do I need this?
Do I love this?
Does this has sentimental value?
If the answers to any of the questions are "No", put the item in the donation box.
You will be surprised at how happy you will be when the items are picked up and taken away from your home!