Happy Trashy Tuesday.
When people visit my home for the first time, they don’t ask for a tour of my home. They do not ask to see the pieces I have restored and painted. They don’t ask to see my kitchen that I spent hours on, hand painting and waxing. They don’t ask to use the powder room.
NOPE. The first thing they want to see is my GARAGE. From the average person’s standpoint, it is a spectacle to behold.
I have spent the last few weekends slowly and painfully “freeing” myself and my garage of things that do not inspire me. Some going to the dump, most going to Salvation Army, where they will hopefully inspire someone else.
In an effort to get control of my mess and feel inspired again. Yes, order does inspire me! I have made a deal. Anything left in my garage come January 1st that has been there since the date of this post…..will be GONE!
In the meantime. I did not pick up one single thing from a sidewalk, a dumpster, a driveway. Nada. I completely minded my own trash pickin business. Until I got an email from a new consignor at Paris Flea Market that she has a bunch of adorable chairs she isn’t going to use, would I like them? Ummmmm, what was I saying about the garage? Oh yes, those chairs won’t arrive in the garage until after this post is published, so they don’t count.
And for some beautiful eye candy trash. Check out all these empty cans of CeCe Caldwell’s paints!!!! They can go right in my recycling bin too. I just thought they looked nice in the box.
That’s enough trash talk for today.