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Two weeks ago, in my End of Summer post, I wrote about my love for shiny new school supplies and decluttering, clearing space out for what’s to come.

Since then, I have acquired three glittery pens from the Target dollar bins, washed my bedroom curtains, and continued to clear one item a day out of my house. Some of this is still sitting in a donation bag behind my closet door, but that’ll go to the childrens’ hospital thrift shop when it’s full, and will be replaced with an empty one. I did some rearranging to tidy up our den.

(Of course, I’m still putting off the biggest part of my decluttering- donation of baby clothes, since we don’t expect to have any more kids and our youngest is growing out of things. I find this incredibly hard and sad. Just me?)

But enough about things that make me sad, and enough about clearing out the end of summertime. Let’s talk about fall!

While I hate cool weather, there are a few things I’m looking forward to.


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