Nice double closet, even though this is the smallest bedroom of the house. Just to the right is the hall bath that services the 3 guest rooms. One can see one of my rolling laundry sorters in the hallway, that allows family members to presort dirty laundry for me.
Here's the twin's room. About the same size as at the former rental. Smallest closet in the home, however. Luckily, they have a tall chest of drawers.
Also on the news front: I sold my electric dryer this evening. An additional $200 cash in my hands. Nice. More and more items are coming up into the home from the one bay of the garage where boxes/bags/bins are being stored from the move. I am starting a pile to sell/donnate to simply pare things down. I both want and need to have less.
I return to work in a week and took advantage of Kohl's sales plus promotions, along with DS's GF's employee discount and found some items to revamp my work wardrobe. This is no tax on clothing week in CT, another incentive for me. I ended up getting:
2 pairs sneakers (me and DS # 1) @ $54.99, a pair of Vera Wang Bermudas $8.80, 4 pairs of black dress pants at different price points: $$36.99, $7.20 (not a typo), $31.99, $36. In addition to these sale prices, the GF was able to apply a $10 off coupon, as well as a 30% off promo code. I was out the door at $155. Pretty happy with that. So this years "work uniform" looks to be black pants. Lol! Several of them are pull on style, and I remembered that I previously bought a deeply discounted pair of black Vera Wang pull on pants. I have difficulty with zippers, due to my hands, and my current fashion trend of pull on athletic capris won't cut it at work!
For those of you missing my food posts: tonights Sunday supper was Swiss steak (2 pkgs marked down cubed steaks were dredged in seasoned flour and browned off like Chicken fried steak, then placed in a crock pot along with some onions/peppers that I fried off in the fat from the skillet used to prepare the meat. Before decanting them into the CP, I added a large, 29 oz can stewed tomatoes, and used this to degraze the skillet in the process. Additional herbs were added to the CP. I would have liked to add red wine, but we are out. This was super tender meat, served over buttered and seasoned egg noodles, a side of fzn mixed veggies with the cut off corn from a l/o cob from the CSA.