My stash organization has taken on that sort of life.
|I know my stash is not the biggest ( I have talked to many|
who beat me by a mile) but how many pairs of socks is
I did get a lot done since Wednesday when I decided that the right thing to do with my mounting stash of yarn and needles was to go exploring and discover what I really had, but the time seems now to stretch out before me like some vortexical tunnel. Stuff of science fiction? Nope. Just plain old reality.
|I can see my floor!|
|A mesh veggie bag makes a great holder for odds and ends!|
|Winding up sloppy skeins and hanks|
Overall, I am happy with what I have accomplished. There are a lot less boxes and no more weird bags with unknown contents. Even the things I have not finished have at least been looked at and put together. That's right: I am not done yet. Just three more boxes to photograph and catalog. And my kids still need to eat and my laundry still needs washing, and my husband and two-year-old still need attention. And I still need to work most days.
But it is to be expected. After all, the signs do say, "Expect Long Delays."
|A beacon of light? Why not.|