Objects at Rest

I'm blown away by the amazing response I got from my Pinterest Challenge project! You guys are seriously awesome! I've been keeping myself so busy in the past few months that I can't believe the summer's almost over!  I refuse to believe it, especially considering it didn't feel like summer until late June.

After my Pinterest Challenge project and the projects leading up to it, I was in desperate need of a break, so last weekend, for the first time in my recent memory, I decided I was going to sleep in (till 9), not go tag-saling and have a weekend to do NOTHING.  Of course by nothing I mean all the laundry, grocery shopping and doing a jewelry party (through my less than part time Lia Sophia business), but for me that's a lazy weekend.

And since objects at rest tend to stay at rest, I'm just now getting to you.

So, it's time for a project tease!

Fact: Organizing is fun.  For me at least.  Most likely because disorganization makes me twitch.  With that being said, I've been severely neglecting my organizational responsibilities.  In a small house, organization is paramount... and I currently have overflowing closets and a basement mess I wouldn't wish on my enemies.  So I have to enjoy the pieces of organization that I've accomplished so far.

Remember when I mentioned my intentions of a fabulously organized shed here?  Well, it's half-way there!

Here is where my embarrassment shed started:

There maaaay be more junk in there now too after our latest yard projects.  Just maybe.

But, on the plus side here's what part of it is currently looking like:

Woo Hoo!  On the right track and beyond easy to put up.  The hardest part of this project was FINDING the pegboard at Home Depot.  They hide the board with decorative moulding, but the pegs and hooks with the organizational items.  Totally logical, right?

The other side of the shed is going to be getting shelves leftover from my childhood bedroom (and still painted accordingly) as well as a few more organizational fixtures.  I can't wait to be able to walk in there again!  Seeing the floor would be a nice bonus, too.

Don't you love organizing?  Or is it just me?