Wednesday, February 12, 2014

More decluttering

I am still on the decluttering kick and yesterday took two bags of doggy supplies to the pet store to donate to the shelter.  I had bought things like a bed, toys and dishes etc. when we got Millie.  Do you remember Millie?  I wonder how she is doing?  My heart is not into getting a new dog any time soon, so some other animals may as well get the use of those things, plus it's two more garbage bags of things removed from our basement.  

We also sold another item on Kijiji which was a bonus and means another box removed from the basement. I would love to say that this means the basement is quite empty, of course it isn't but it is tidier than it was.  I still need to go through all the Christmas decorations yet.  I will definitely be doing that before we move that's for sure.

Our little Princess is 13 months old today and is walking now.  Took her a couple of weeks to figure out she can get around faster walking than crawling, but she got there in the end.



If you want to see more of our house, Sarah has published a post on her site here.  Look under the English Country Stone House section.

8 comments:

Evelyn said...

she is a sweetie!

Cindy@NorthofWiarton said...

What a sweetie, Nitara is. In another 2 months I will be purchasing puppy toys & supplies. I am going very very slow at decluttering but it is happening.

boopnut said...

Hide the valuables! She's walking! What a cutie!
Deb

~Carla~ said...

Sooo sweet! Love her little outfit!

Sandi McBride said...

That is one beautiful home...I loved the pocket door in the dining room...the Princess is such an adorable little Royal Highness...hopefully you can manage an into to Prince George in a few years...
Sandi

William Kendall said...

She's got an infectious smile!

Rose said...

She is adorable! I cannot believe how she is growing. The older they get the faster it flies.

Holly Nelson @ English Girl Canadian Man said...

Millie looked like a nice dog - well done you on donating those items, I am sure they will be much appreciated at the dog shelter!