Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Blog and Organizing Vacation

Hiya all doing? I'm sorry I've been away. . .I've been so busy with the holidays and all that comes with it! There have been very little time to organize anything. . .as a matter of fact, it's been quite the opposite. First with the Christmas decoration and rearrangingof the living room and family room to accomodate the decorations and I'm leaving for a trip tomorrow . . .well, that left no room to organize anything. But. . .when I get back, I'll be back to organizing full swing and I am SERIOUS about it! The new year has to start on the right foot so as soon as I return from my trip, well. . .organizination will be my middle name for the rest of the year! LOL!


Anyway. . .just to let you know, I will be on a blog and organizing vacation! I wish you all a beautiful Christmas filled with love and joy and may you have a prosperous, healthy, and organized New Year!

5 comments:

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Tonniece said...

Have a safe trip Maria, and the happiest of holidays.

Warm fuzzy hugs
Tonniece

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Hope you have the most wonderful time Maria! Organizing will wait & so will us blog fans! hehehe. Besides, the new year is the perfect time for organization & resolutions, no? ;O)

Laurie in MN said...

I am new to your blog and had a chuckle. I have a tendancy to move from one project to another, and you moved to different areas of the house.

I was wondering how you stored your SU stamps when you removed them from the wooden blocks. Did you remove the sticky foam backing from the rubber? Did you remount the stamps on the foam that is used for acrylic blocks?

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Maria, you have been an inspiration to me! Since Christmas, I've been doing a "thing" a day (could be a shelf, a drawer, a box, a closet, a cupboard). I've been pretty consistent and I'm hoping it's going to be a habit! At the end of the month, I'll have 30 "things" done.

A couple of weeks ago I took my mom to the hospital for an out-patient procedure and grabbed a grocery bag of papers and purged while I was waiting. Yikes, vacation stuff from 1999! I did save some recipes that looked good, but I got rid of a lot of paper!

Our laundry room was the repository when we have company but my husband went through every single thing (almost to the point of using a toothbrush to scrub the floors) and now that it is clean and beautiful, we've kept it shining!

Looking foward to more of your blog challenges!
Nance in Reno

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