Slip slidin' away.
The effects of stress on the body have been well documented. Heretofore, however, I doubt that the effects of stress on clutter clearing have been properly studied and documented. I'm wondering if the government has a grant or endowment (really like that word) program available that would enable me to be paid to study it. I'd do it for a sensible sum, something in the low six figures would be enough I think. I'd have to pay my contributors probably but they work cheap. I have four children, three siblings with families, a cat in heat and a raw meat eating dog with gas to help keep my stress level up allowing me to test whether or not clutter can still be cleared under trying circumstances.
In a matter of days I'll run out of low hanging fruit aka the big pile of things cleared but not yet listed. Then I'll really be put to the test. ;-)
For tonight, I've got it made:
1. A pair of gray sweat pants with goofy pockets that for some reason remind me of high school in the 70s.
2. A plain black ball cap. I can't remember anyone in this house ever wearing ball caps yet I've come across dozens.
3. A pair of black suede shoes.
4. A hot pink bra. The kind with the really well formed cups. My sisters refer to them as "nut cups" as you could serve cocktail peanuts out of them at a party if you were short on bowls.
5. A dog leash.