If the day ever comes that we ever find a smaller place to rent (people should not be allowed to offer more than the landlord is asking – it makes it SO much harder for us to get a look in) then there’s a very good chance Dave and I will have to *gulp* share a ‘hobby’ room. His PC’s and my sewing stuff in one room. You’ll find out why this terrifies me in a minute. I, being an industrious little beaver, have worked hard for the past few months to find a system that is as compact and efficient as I could managed on a limited budget. I saw this and wanted something like it but the drawers would have cost me about $40 on their own. Yikes! So when I saw some 2-cube bookshelves on sale for $8 each I snapped them up. It’s almost as good. I am sometimes really tired of being ‘less well off’ so learning that almost as good is perfectly acceptable has been a tough lesson.
Here, for the first time, is my craft set up. Once we move I hope to put my fabric on the shelves for easy retrieval. I tried it briefly and it worked great! Seeing what you have really helps.
This is the rest of my stuff, yet to be sorted. Jeez, our grass REALLY needs to be mowed.
THIS is what I dread. Not hard to see why I dread sharing a room with that. Last time I counted the room contained 11 PC’s, 2 servers, 7 monitors, 5 printers, a scanner, a wardrobe full of cords and boxes, more boxes roaming free and several days worth of Dave’s work clothes. Oh and a dining table(!), a desk, 2 coffee tables and 2 chairs. I decided not to count it again after that day.
Sometimes I can’t help but mutter under my breath “He’s lucky I love him” LOL.