Yesterday was a dull thing. So I’ve borrowed some images from last year to jazz up todays blog. Over the weekend I was talking to some friends who have had a protracted house move. Protracted because they inherited a partial share of a house many years ago and were unsure quite what to do with the property. Some years down the line they have bought it completely and are moving this week. Like us they have also lived the South London/ West Country life for many years, until Covid changed everyones way of living.
The topic of our conversation was too many bathroom products. Both cleaning and beautifying.
Our recent move followed several years of changing circumstances all of which seemed to increase our collection of half used bathroom products.
Our actual move and settling into the current house went well and we were tidy in record time. Except the cupboard of shame! A floor to ceiling cupboard that held products that had been inherited and duplicated many times in various changes of life circumstances.
Talking about it made me realise that it was never going to sort itself out.
There was nothing pretty or exciting about a day spent checking pots and bottles. Amalgamating window cleaners and liquid soap. Cleaning hair brushes and make up/ travel bags.
The task, though, has been achieved. Last night the talk was all about what to do with an empty cupboard!
Oh the glamour of a dull February day!