I can't say I would have chosen mustard yellow for the doors, but all in all, it looks pretty neat.
I decided to tackle a box of old letters and newspaper clippings and emails sent and received when emailing was a really new thing - 1996-1998. It's just like a journal to read those emails and fill in the gaps, things I had forgotten - Emily's trip to England for Christmas, my exhausting work schedule, busy family-filled Christmases.
So far, I'm throwing away more than I'm keeping.
I threw away that envelope on top, but I kept the letter to the tooth fairy from Emily (asking her to please bring $3.00), a good many little teeth and even some hair in a box. Can't bring myself to throw that away yet.
I spent an hour or so on the phone with an old friend, Debra from Thomaston. We don't talk much any more, but when we do, we hardly can find a stopping place. Now that we have Mimi talk, that just adds to the fun.
Now it's back to the work week. Tomorrow I have to go renew my driver's license which expired in April that I didn't even know about. Oops. I might need that.