I’m still sorting out and packing. Much is going to the donation pile and the trash, so the boxes aren’t filling as fast as you would think. That means, though, that I am doing a monumental-sized declutter, and I’m glad about that.
For recreation, I’m checking the net, watching Presidential debates, listening to audiobooks while I work, and watching a daily episode of the Cadfael series on Netflix. They posted some that hadn’t been on before. Alas, I will run out of episodes before the packing is done. I mention them because the episode that has "Rose Rent” in the title has interesting connections and glimpses to wool processing and weaving in that time period. I didn’t spot a spinner, which seems like an interesting omission, but perhaps I missed it in the background.
Off to pack another box while listening to The Inn at Rose Harbor by Debbie Macomber.
Random observation—I know I read somewhere that one of the most easily identifiable smells is new crayons. I think one of the most easily identifiable sounds has to be tape being pulled off a roll.