Thursday, January 25, 2007

~Anti-Procrastination Challenge--Thursday~

Tonight I chose to get rid of this pile:

It's been sitting in my sewing room since my sister visited (it is all the bedding she used while here). That was in (cough)November(cough). So it has been sitting there a while.

While finding new homes for things, I found this:

Imagine if you will, my conversation a month or so ago: "Yes, Mrs. Librarian, I am sure that I returned More All of a Kind Family. I'm positive. Thank you so much for taking this book off my card."


I have some 'splaining to do!

All the bedding is picked up:

and put away:

For more ladies who are standing up against procrastination, visit Mrs. Wilt's blog! *Smiles*


Tammy L said...

We both put away bedding! :)

Good job!! :)

Anonymous said...

Good for you Tammy!

I have done the same thing with a library book before. : /

Musiclover said...

Ohhh I'm so relieved to hear that I'm not the only person who does these things!
I have some pairs of hubby's trousers stuffed in the closet - I promised him ages ago to let down the hems a bit for him /shame. I really shall make an effort to get them done within 7 days.

Anonymous said...

Everything looks great! Too funny about the library book. I have been there, too, though.

I love the header as well. I love to garden although I've yet to live in one place long enough to see my plants mature like that. Some day!

Jenny said...

Tammy, I read your blog daily- and I meant to comment on this before, but I LOVE LOVE LOVE the All of a Kind Family series. I have ever since I was little! You have a lovely blog!

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed reading your blog today!

Anonymous said...

Wow Sis...your site looks great!! I didn't expect to see it changed. I haven't been by your way in a while but thought I'd drop in and see how things are going with you and your hubby. Looks to me like things are going just fine. Take care!!

Anonymous said...

Good job! Everything looks great. You seem to have an affinity for childrens' books. I worked for 5 years at Barnes & Noble and was the "Storybook Lady" for 3 of those years. I LOVE LOVE LOVE kids books.

Rean Day