To jump start the whole "get rid of 100 things" and "then 100 more" goal, it occurred to me that transferring said items to the dump is probably counter productive in the grand scope of our earth and keeping it green or whatever. It would be better if those things made a stop at someone else's house first, no?
So. I'm starting with the craft supplies that I've been storing for the past many years in my garage. Want them? Any of them? I'm putting them on a table outside my front door on Good Friday so you can drop by and help yourself. I probably won't be home. It's Good Friday! Hello? I'll be driving around looking for a Good Friday service somewhere.
Three things I'm thankful for:
1. Hey. It's sunny. Was it supposed to be? I wasn't expecting it.
2. Drew is home. It's good (?) to have his grumpy, snarly, gnarly self back on my couch.
3. Jasmine. OH. MY. The side of my house smells like heaven. Or Palm Springs. Last night Drew and I just stood underneath it and breathed.