Mastering the fitted sheet fold

Today my garage procrastination ended. Dealing with this mess has been on my back burner for years, filling me with dread and guilt.

Our garage was a nightmare. I never finished unpacking when Mama and I moved here 4.5 years ago; I stopped because I ran out of space. Before today’s massive overhaul, there was barely a path to get to the washer, dryer, and freezer.

I started with the laundry area, cleaning and organizing and folding. Oh boy, so much folding. By the time I finished, I was an expert at the mystical fitted sheet fold and they even looked neater than my folded flat sheets!

Cheerful flowers outside the doctor’s office

There is plenty more work to do, but I feel so pleased that I made a good dent in it. And that’s today’s #OneGoodThing! Bonus: These pretty flowers outside the doctor’s office brought cheer to my morning! What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments!

Day 44 of 365. And Day 1,140 in a row (here’s the first 366, & the following 365, & the third year of 365 good things)!

1 year ago today: A drive up memory lane

2 years ago today: A gift of blue eggs

3 years ago today: Making sushi with a friend

4 thoughts on “Mastering the fitted sheet fold

  1. It sounds like a day of double happiness!

    My good thing for the day was feeling so energetic, and making a trip to the council tip with some rubbish. The drive there goes through the most beautiful rural scenery … I should have done this sooner!

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