This is not Sorrow Mountain.
This is Sorrow Mountain's younger cousin. His name is the Somewhat Rounded Hillock of Minor Despair and Slight Melancholy. (SRHMDSM for short.)
We got this unit in order to get some stuff out of the house for a little while, so we could figure out if we still needed it or not. Unfortunately, during that time, I had to start the move out at Dixie when it closed.
I don't have a lot in there, junk-wise. Mainly, it's the last bits of stuff from the storage room I bought last winter, my unsold holiday merch from last year, and my religious book section, which is in the milk crates.
Non-junkwise, about half my personal books are in there. I went through the half in the house for the big spring extravaganza book sale. Now it's time to start to work on these books for the fall version.
I spent some time there yesterday, just getting this it all organized. I pulled most of the religious books to take to the booth and got all the books and all the holiday stuff together in their own sections. I sorted the last bits of stuff from the buy-out, tossing a couple of boxes of crap. Now that it's all grouped, I can just go in and pull what I want to take or need to work with and go.
After I get my books ready for the sale, most of what I'll have left here can be transported to Sorrow Mountain, since I've been making some room over here. At this point, I cannot imagine either of us keeping any of the household stuff that is in there, as neither of us can remember what it is!
This is one hillock that isn't long for the world. (But it did serve its purpose and definitely helped out when needed.)
Downsizing. Feels good. This is another one of those tasks that I wanted to have done (or at least started) weeks ago.
And then I found an antique frame with the glass and an old ceiling light fixture in the dumpster. I told Keith that I made a trade.