I finally got rid of a fugly-yet-functional paper shredder that was too heavy for me to scoot around when I needed to use it. After two eager volunteers flaked on me, I found a third who came by for a porch pickup on Wednesday. I now have a really good cross-cutting shredder that cost me $2 at the Twilight Rummage Sale. So it goes in the world of low/no cost living.
At the last couple Twilight sales, I met two different guys that buy books. One of them came over and bought a bunch but I still had a ton left over! I haven't made an appointment with the last guy I talked to but he did buy a stack from me at the sale itself. I want to make room for my comic show preparations but there's a whole lot of stuff still in the way!
I'd forgotten what a drag the sorting process is. But, I did make a nice, tidy selection for when Frankensteins and Comix Thing happen again next month.
Tonight also, I think I'll be cleaning out the hall closet and organizing all that nonsense. I've been giving a lot of thought to the idea of making way for bigger, more exciting life changes by having a tidier place to exist. The cleaner my home got, and more free of things I didn't want or need, the bigger the plans I was able to accomplish. I do believe in magic, and household magic feeds so many things that are in and out of the home. Go ahead and laugh, you know I'm right.