Lost

Lost Poster
No not Lost, the TV show, but something we’ve sold on eBay. I’m beginning to think that organizing the closet in the office wasn’t such a great idea after all. If I left stuff everywhere I probably would have known exactly where the item was. I read or was told once that if you have a messy desk but know where your things are, that you’re OK. My cluttered mess was horrible to look at, made it difficult to keep the room free of dust (which is really important for Peanut’s allergies) and took up too much space. It also make me anxious because I’d have to shut the door any time someone came to visit.

I have to be realistic. I don’t think that I lost the sold item just because this office is cleaned up. No it’s because I don’t keep things in order. When things are listed they’re supposed to go into a cabinet. Then they can be found easily, packed and shipped.

But where is that darn book we sold? I’m waiting on Hubby to come home. He usually looks around, takes a few minutes and finds it. It’s like he has a magic wand or something.

photo credit:jaqian

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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