Now, it houses my two sons in our frat house, lovely home.
I’ve been feeling a bit
without a space of my own.
Operation Mom Cave is under way.
Ah, sixteen square feet without tripping over toys or hearing the blare of yet another NFL game.
Too make room, I donated 80% of my wardrobe to charity. I’ve read you really only wear 20% of what you own anyway.
Imagine a small secretary’s desk by that window with the closet deconstructed.
Why was I holding on to heels that didn’t fit and a red skirt from 2001?
Eight garbage bags gone. Over 30 pairs of shoes. Some lucky thrifter in a size 6 shoe will have a field day. Then, I read about the Mom Cave Contest sponsored by Home Goods at Centsational Girl and felt:
I hope to transform half of my teeny walk-in closet to a mini-studio/office with a some much needed storage, shelving, decor, and fabric.
In this potentially amazing space, I will take off the mom and wife hats, and focus on my mural business and writing. I need this dearly because most of my days are spent cleaning hats of this nature.