Let’s Look at it as Half-Empty, Shall We?

Usually, I try to be a half-full kind of blogger. But today, I got my storage room to half-empty status and I am in the zone.

My grandma had this china cabinet in her dining room and I loved that thing. To my great surprise, when she was breaking up her house to move into an assisted-living place, I received that china cabinet from her. Most of my cousins lived closer to her than I, and I figured someone would have spoken for it by that time. So, we moved it up here and I have enjoyed it so much.

A few years ago, it seemed like the china cabinet was taking up too much space in the living room, so I moved it downstairs to the storage room. For the past week or so, I have been cleaning out the storage room with the intent of getting that china cabinet back upstairs. Tonight my strong men moved it upstairs for me.

It’s not in the greatest shape. Needs a couple of repairs, but I think it is beautiful. The pipes sticking up out of the top are from the doorbell of my paternal grandmother’s home, my dad’s childhood home. We gleaned those when the house was being torn down. And now I have tangible reminders right here of the two strong, beautiful women who were my grandmothers.

4 thoughts on “Let’s Look at it as Half-Empty, Shall We?

  1. Its really a beautiful piece of furniture! Way to go on getting your storage room cleaned up. You put me to shame. Are you getting a lot of stuff done now that Idol is all sewed up? 😉

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  2. Oh, if only Idol was the main thing that kept me from getting stuff done. Had a revolutionary thought today to have the KIDS help with stuff. Is that brilliant or what? They all signed up for all kinds of stuff and then didn’t do much of it. Will work on the system.

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