A long Labor day weekend turned longer
when Baby B started with a fever on Sunday.
I thought we were on the mend with the ear infection,
but just as I suspected, the first round of antibiotics didn't do the trick.
While he napped and played, I took advantage of my two days at
home to get some things in order.
|When we moved in the house, our mortgage company (believe it or not) |
sent us this bag from thirty-one as a housewarming gift.
I had no idea what on earth to use it for.
It's flowery print was waaay to girly to house anything
but I finally found a use for it.
It has now become my craft tote.
|I inserted a long canvas box (from Target) to store all my ribbon. |
It fit per-fect-ly!!
It also helps keep the bag standing up.
|The pockets on the outside are great for all the other stuff. |
Scissors, glue, hole punches, pens, etc...
|This is how we store paperwork at our house. |
It's not the perfect solution, but I'm working on it.
(and gladly taking suggestions)
This is our box of manuals and reference material
|ANY manual that relates to the house goes in this box.|
|Filed in the pantry (for now)|
|I don't dry clean anything. |
Dry clean only translates to: Wash on gentle cycle in
a net bag and hang to dry.
Chad never touches a thing of mine from the washing machine.
More often than not, 90% of my clothes air dry.
There were so many great ideas for tension rods on Pinterest, that I bought
a few the last time I was at Target, and one was looooong.
I found a use for it.
I hung it in the laundry room to hang all the 'air dry' clothes.
I think a shower curtain rod might work better, but this seems to work great for the time being.
|Here's a little glimpse of my problem. Two computers, |
bunches of random software, wires and equipment.
My NEXT sick day project.