Thursday, October 9, 2014

where stuff goes...

While contemplating the house renovation I had to consider where stuff goes.  Half of what was hidden in my cabinets got thrown away.  There will be plenty of room under the bigger bed for the other half.  Going to loose 55" of counter space which is OK because that it where junk piles up.  Also going to incorporate 2 file cabinets (which I will have to wrestle out of one of my shipping containers) into the plan for easy access organized storage.  The new mattress was a dream to sleep on and wake up from.  87,94,62,0,B

7 comments:

Rev.jimmyleebob said...

After what I've been reading the last couple days I hope you have those boom sticks ready to go........

Ryan said...
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Margery Bills said...

Comment, comment, comment. Wow, look at the electronics stuffed in used by a brilliant mind.
Wow, look at the doll holder on the wall (cute). Oops, wow look at the rifles with scopes (prepared). But there it is--the dust. Just like here outside San Antonio. And I don't care anymore. I have to keep my clothes in plastic bags if I want to keep the dust off. The older
women warned me about that. They said the dust blew over from Africa, .?..? And they told me they travel a lot ---to this small town and that small town, etc. to get supplies.

Cindy Talbot said...

Bigger bed? surprised no one has commented on what that might mean.

mary lee said...

Perfect life. I love reading your blog. Have fun and keep healthy.

Ronald Mahan said...

John Wells has a highly advanced system for storage of his stuff. Most of us half a dozen rooms we live in - and one storage room. John lives in one small room and has more than half a dozen large storage rooms. I doubt that I could find what I stored - if I had that many storage room? Maybe he has the location of his stuff - on his computer?

Thunter said...

you should run your air compressor in you house. I live in Arizona and dust will kill all electronics if you let dust build up. i clean out the computer's and tv's twice a year. I like your set up very much. the only thing i would do different is I want a aquaponics garden .less water and you have protein from the talapia.