After our two “double session” days working in the basement, Ann and I started transforming another room. Her husband Bill, who had died several months previously, seemingly kept every piece of mail ever sent to him during their many years together in the house. His office had lots of paper, most of which could be recycled or shredded. There also were boxes, CDs about computer operating systems, political buttons, books, office supplies and other items to be discarded or given away. Our task was to declutter the room to make possible its transformation into a guest room for visitors, including grandchildren.

As with the basement, we started at one point in the room and started working our way around it. Some interim result photos follow.

During our next session, scheduled in several weeks, we will continue working our way around the room, as it changes into a warm and welcoming guest room.

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A Room Transformation in Process