No matter how many steps a task or project has, the last one is the hardest.
Remember how I was so proud of not removing my suitcase from the closet to do the seasonal clothing changeover? Yes, I eliminated the need to move it from the master bedroom back into the closet.
I eliminated that step completely. Which was good.
Since I tend to ignore that particular last step for months at a time.
But I still ignored the last step of zipping the suitcase and setting it upright.
Y’know . . . so I could ACTUALLY WALK INTO MY WALK-IN CLOSET!
And somehow, this seemed logical to me.
It seemed logical until half-way through the problem-solving-inside-my-head discussion I was having with myself this morning. The discussion about how was I going to hang one more item on the doorknob.
The doorknob that was completely full on both sides of the door.
In my moment of despair that there was no more Doorknob Space available, I suddenly realized how absurd my dilemma was. Y’know, since closet doorknobs aren’t actually designed to hold entire wardrobes. Turns out, there are rods INSIDE THE CLOSET for that.
This is also the point when I realized that the reason I was stressing over my lack of Doorknob Hanging Space . . . was that there was a suitcase blocking the door of the closet.
Soooo, just like a good slob-blogger should, I zipped up the suitcase, set it upright, and moved it the eighteen inches necessary to put it in its place and allow me to walk into the closet and hang the clothes on the ever-so-spacious rods.
Yes. I have issues.