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Lindsey's room

Earlier today, we spent the afternoon helping Lindsey organize her closet, and went through everything in it before making a run to Goodwill before their 9 pm closing, for a year-end, last-minute tax deduction to donate the unwanted clothing. We did the same with Christopher's closet last night and had the Pathfinder filled with several bags and boxes of things that they had either outgrown, or never liked, or that they never wear.

We also threw away several bags of toys, notebooks, and all kinds of "spoeletjes" that were buried away in their closets. Lindsey and Christopher liked that both their parents were working to help clean and organize their rooms.

Lindsey has had these L-I-N-D-S-E-Y letters of her name since we lived in Colorado, and finally I found a way to hang them up--using sticky strip on the backs of them. They're so sticky, that I'll remove the paint if I want to remove the letters from the wall, so we're now committed to this green color for the time being.


Bobbi said…
Fun room! I love organizing and cleaning out and have to do it monthly at least. I will for sure be helping my kids because I think it's so fun.
Heidi said…
Kelly that above commenbt was from me, Heidi, I was just helping my mom do some blogging stuff and still logged in as her!
ninnies said…
Hey mom! I love you a TON, thank you so much for everything. Especially my awesome new closet and room. It's nice to be clean and organized. I hope we all have a wonderful new year! Only 6 hours left of 2006.
Love, Lindsey
RuthAnn said…
I love that fun green color!
I need to do some deep cleaning also.

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