Now, what shall I pack up today, I wondered. (In all honesty, there’s so much to do I’m starting to get a bit frazzled.) I know, I thought to myself, I’ll finish clearing out the drawers in the spare bedroom. Tucked away in the last remaining drawer were my Christmas wall-hangings and a few assorted Christmas table runners. I’d forgotten just how many of these I had. Some I’d stitched myself, and some were gifts from pen-friends. Into the crate they went, one by one, allowing myself just a quick peek at each item. Guess none of them will be hung up this Christmas season, they will all be in storage while we live in the caravan waiting for our new home to be built.
The crate was only half full, so I decided to take down the wall-hangings throughout the house as well. Down came my “Washday” quilt from the laundry, and my New Zealand Native Birds from the hallway. What else? Oh yes, my High Tech Tucks way up high over the doorway, I’ll need to get the ladder to get that one down.
That’s the last of the wall hangings packed away, and one more crate ready to take to the lock-up for storage.
The builders haven’t even started on our new home yet, so we will be living in the caravan for a few months, with everything else in storage. Wonder how many crates I’ll need to pack the bed quilts away? I’m not ready to do them just yet,