I am THE janitor at the museum. I clean the toilets(yuck) and empty the trash and scrub some floors and Swiffer and vacuum (Far Guy Vacuums for me on the days he works.) I dust and I think I am so happy every surface of my home is not like a museum..or is it?
Many wealthy people are little more than janitors of their possessions. - Frank Lloyd Wright
I am not wealthy BUT I still have more than my fair share of possessions. In the past few days and I have been saying to myself “Self you must get rid of some of your stuff.” and “Self for every one thing you purchase two things should leave the house.”
For a long time I did not buy anything unless it could be used up, eaten or recycled.
( Books can be recycled ..so they don’t count.)
Some people can find a purpose for almost anything! This Tin Man caught my eye last weekend.
This is a silver plated platter with another dish and a piece of gaudy jewelry..Garden Art!
Certainly some of the “stuff” I have can be reworked to be something special?
I hate dusting..I hate dusting some of my stuff..I hate this time of year when the cobwebs seem to grow by the minute..and if you let them go for a day or two..oh my.
Are you a janitor to your “stuff”? Have you ever planned to retire from being a janitor to your stuff? How is that working for you?:)