spring cleaning the shed

IMG_2681IMG_2680Tardis-like, my modest shed had somehow accommodated a massive jumble of ‘stuff’, much of it dirty from muddy winter days when tidy cleaning up was secondary to getting home to the Aga. But yesterday, the time had come!

Here it is in all its new clean and orderly glory. For contrast, I should have taken a picture of all the contents spread outside, but I was in the grip of that spring cleaning frenzy that sweeps all before it! Quite a lot of old plastic pots are now in the recycling dump, along with the remains of several broken fork heads and two decayed baskets.

No sign of cosy overwintering mice or wasps holding hands like we found during last year’s spring clean. Raining today, so I’m very glad this was all done yesterday in the sunshine.

About Ruth Paris

Leadership & executive coach, based near Farnham, Surrey, UK. Love my garden and organic allotment / potager.
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2 Responses to spring cleaning the shed

  1. 🙂 Same here – got into a shed-clearing frenzy two days ago. I even managed to sell stuff during a carboot sale on Sunday, synchronised by a lucky stretch of sunshine.

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  2. Raichie says:

    Well done HP and doesn’t it make it super when you next arrive and it is all a surprise! My tack room is a bit like your shed!

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