September 9, 2008

As much as I am going kookoonuts getting rid of stuff to achieve a very clean aesthetic, there are just some things that I can’t hide pretty and I am not about to part with them.  My suitcase:  I love it, it’s actually small, and it is the embodiment of one of the best things in life (going bye bye!).  My sleeping bag:  I am lucky enough to have a real bag and I’m not about to invest in something decidedly less technical that is twice its size.  My shoes.  My closet is such anal-retentive perfection that I am not about to sully it by throwing my shoes on the floor, but I really don’t have the room for plastic shoe boxes.

What I do also have is a tall bookcase that previously held clothes but didn’t go home with someone else from the yard sale.  I may move it because I don’t feel like I’ll be happy with the way my bedroom is laying out.  I see some tweaking in my future.

I think this is not a bad compromise.  My goal is over the top girliness and what better gesture than displaying my shoes, rather than just storing them away?  Mornings will be a lot less digging and a lot more enjoying!

The curtain closes over it and the suitcase/sleeping bag problem is solved!  Now I have two shelves whose purpose will be determined after careful consideration.

I guess that’s taking lemons and making lemon-aid 😛


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