And we’re shifting….

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The husband completed his work on the far left corner of the crap filled dungeon cellar and has now shifted to the far right.

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The ceiling was up…

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And painted…

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And insulation folded into place.

I had to laugh because it was at this point he said, “Looks a lot different without all the stuff here huh?” And yes, technically he’s right … it did look different. But I’d be a lot more thrilled if the stuff migrated out of the cellar and to the dump instead of just shifting over to the newly completed section.

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What’s the point in having a nicely cleaned, insulated, ceiling’d cellar if you can’t actually see it?

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32 thoughts on “And we’re shifting….”

  1. Do you know the Marie Kondo method? You take everything OUT of the area and reassess if you want it; does it spark joy?
    Let’s hope nothing sparks joy for him, and some (most) items depart your property.

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  2. I have an idea! Get him to catalogue all the stuff. This will help him to clarify its relevance. Of course it’s unlikely he’d do it, but you could make a bargain, i.e. he gets rid of 20 pieces and he can buy one pricey item?

    Column 1 – what is it / description.

    Column 2 – what is its purpose (is it of practical use? is it to sell? is it historically collectible/important? If so, who would be interested in it? Finding that out would be a hobby for him and maybe a road trip for you both). If it goes in an exhibition, maybe the info would say “donated by Mr Crapcollector Extraordinaire”

    Column 3 – Is it in working order? What needs doing?

    Column 4 – date last used. Of course this won’t get filled out. If it hasn’t been touched in a year – you know what to do.

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      1. Ah okay. Some collections can be valuable though so make sure you know what you are getting rid of 🙂 I am sure most isn’t worth much though judging by your comments …

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