Like The Queen
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After I posted the comment about the Studio Book, I re-read your entry and realized my mistake. If the book doesn't work for me (and it sounds like it might not) I don't have to buy it.

I have a gazillion piles of paper too, and I have just started going through and throwing out. It's a great feeling to see the surface of my desk again! (It's been a while.) Thanks again for the inspiration.

Judy

By Anonymous Judy, at 4:53 PM  

Hooray! I'm finally caught up on reading what I missed out on your blog over the past couple of weeks.

One of my vague goals for this year is to declutter, but I'm sure I'll procrastinate a lot longer before getting around to it!

(And there's that pesky "smenita" word verification again...).

By Blogger Mary, at 5:54 PM  

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Monday, January 08, 2007  

Yipes! No B&A photos. No new knitting on The KipFee. Poor me. No posting either – since I’ve been sleeping late late late in the mornings. That feels good, though. Obviously the body is just taking what it needs and leaving the life to play catch-up.

And TheLife insisted that I deal with those piles of papers. I’m still in the flush of January Organizitis and I could not let brown paper bags secreting important and uninportant papers linger in corners or under the bed. Sunday afternoon became Get The Paper Out time and I tell you, it feels delicious to be able to walk from one room to the next and find ZERO piles of papers - at least, not in view. There is one pile of paid utility bills that do have little folder homes to go into and will command about an hour of my time, and the bank statement comes this week along with the (gulp) Christmas VISA bill. But beyond that, I may breeze into 2007 clutterless.

I can think of no gift I could have given myself that means as much.

Tomorrow there will be more fiberly news.
Now I can begin work on my New Year’s Good Ideas.

posted by Bess | 4:59 PM
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