Some of you have no problems whatsoever. That's cool, that's cool.
Yep. Good on ya.
But the rest of us? Let's just say we have some hang ups.
Especially in our closets.
Hey, let's create some sanctuary with an easy little task, shall we?
See, when I walk into my (tiny) closet, there are usually one or two items that have decided to slide off their hangers and relax on the floor. They obviously don't have the strength to shoulder the waiting in there, so with a nonchalant shrug, they leave their spot on the rod for better times on the carpet.
There are also the clothing items that drape themselves over chairs, ends of beds and dusty exercise equipment because they are too tired to march themselves into the closet and retire to the hangers like good soldiers.
And I have to get after the coats and sweaters, who, after a long winter of endless service, are finding it difficult to keep hanging on to their hooks. No matter how many times I scold them, they lack the willpower to stay put. I know it's because there are too many of them and they're feeling crowded, but it's as if they've given up and think summer will never come again. There are always one or two despondent items in a crumpled heap of despair on the floor.
I won't even tell you about the clean-but-unsorted laundry that only WISHES it could be hung neatly in the closet. Day after day it sits, its wrinkles becoming set as the basket is dug through for the undies and socks that lay like buried treasures within its depths. The button-down shirts are particularly angry, but they've always got a bit of an attitude.
So, for those of you Company Girls with no hang-ups to deal with, today is a day for patting yourself on the back and feeling proud.
For the rest of us, we should do some personal therapy by handling our "issues" one at a time.
Here's a Sanctuary Small Thing:
Hang up the lazy, unmotivated or simply wistful clothing items that are laying around the house.
Some of them need to be put in their place with a good talking-to, and others will thank you for the chance to hang with the big boys.