1: The Chair. What is it about chairs that they look like an invitation to make a pile? Now, a lot of stuff from this chair still needs to be dealt with, but it's not going to get done before Christmas, so I needed to fold, put away, and store to make my family room functional for family company. So here's how it looked as I went through the steps:
First I started folding the fabric and making a pile beside the chair:
Then I took the bag of in progress quilt (blue bag) and put it elsewhere, stored the boxes of photographs and items for scrapbooking, put the folded fabric away, and was left with the bag of giveaways. I'm going to Freecycle a backpack from the bag and give the rest to Goodwill or somebody. I have folks who call monthly and come to my door, so I'm always working on at least one bag.
I don't think I photographed it as it now is. I think I put away the fabric, too. Anyway, not finished yet, but progress.
2: Couch - I looked at the couch when homeschool was done for the day, and it needed work. (This is the same family room, another angle.) So I cleaned it up. Here are the before and after shots:
3. Chair #2 - The other day I cleaned up Rocking Chair #1. Today I worked on Rocking Chair #2 (Same family room):
I have no "After" photo, so I presume I didn't finish, but I did take the big blue box out to the recycling bin. (It was an empty box from new winter boots.)
So that's it for today. I'm working on "Becoming a DO-er". Want to join me? To join me, to to Homeschooling Heart and Mind and join by posting a blog entry to the Linky.