I opened the shed the other day and was shocked to see it crammed with all sorts of junk. This is so typical of David. He tends to be a pack rat and is totally disorganized:
Imagine what our house would look like if he were the homemaker. It certainly would not look as nice, clean, and tidy as it looks now.
I told him that if something has not been used during the past five years, then chances are it will not be used during the next five years.
Therefore, out it goes!
Since a landscaping company cleans our yard once a month, our lawnmower should be dumped. Why keep it in the shed?
Another thing that needs to be discarded is our ugly artificial Christmas tree. It’s a horrible little thing.
And what’s all that scrap wood for? Bait for termites?
David and I will debate over each item that I want removed from the premises.
Before you know it, that shed will be devoid of clutter and will be completely reorganized. We will be able to walk in there and actually find the things we want without pawing through a mound of unnecessary stuff.
Yes, he is a pack rat and I am not.