Thirty four years of marriage and twenty years living in the same place means an accumulation of clutter! Unfortunately, more "things" keep coming in and the walls are not made of elastic!
In an effort to find an indoor home (that is not the garage) for my quilting frame, WM and I have been "spring cleaning" or, more truly, de-cluttering. We have emptied cupboards and wardrobes, thrown away, given away and tidied away!
And still we're nowhere near done!
...and no closer to finding a permanent home (at this address) for the quilting frame.
But at least I have a tidy linen closet, and most of my yarn is now in the same room - even in the same wardrobe!
In the spirit of de-cluttering, and because I believe in passing on my good fortune, I am offering you the chance to own three books by Claire O'Donahue.
Basically they are murder mysteries set in a small town in New York State. The central characters are Nell and her grandmother, Eleanor, who owns the local patchwork shop "Someday Quilts".
I won these books in a giveaway on Cindy's blog. I have read and enjoyed them and now it's time for them to find a new home. If you would like them (international readers welcome), please leave a comment on this post. I will use the random generator to pick a winner on Monday 7th November (Australian Eastern Summer Time).