One of my summer projects was to clean the shop. It's attached to the garage and full of everything and all out of order. Since Johnny's on his mission, there's no one to blame for not putting tools away etc. So I figured I'd get everything in order, find all the tools to the tool sets, organize all the screws, nails, thingybobbers, and whatchamacalits and label everything so it can be found easily. This hasn't been easy for my husband because he knows where he has 'thrown' things and now he has to check the labeling before he can find something. It's all good. We'll get used to being able to actually find something without having to hunt for 30 minutes. It brought back a lot of memories from my days of working at Allied hardware. Their motto was "If we don't have it, you don't need it". That's pretty much how things are at our house in the shop. We are where the neighbors come to borrow or have things fixed because my hubby is so talented. He's the only person I know who buys sprinkler parts in bulk! We considered writing a song about everything we found while cleaning out the shop. Imagine this to the tune of 'The 12 days of Christmas' 72-hour kits 20 tons of nails 19 thousand fish lures 18 pairs of gloves 17 unused suitcases 16 auto light bulbs 15 empty quart jars 14 butcher blocks 13 bungee chords 12 garden tools 11 old deer antlers 10 folding camp chairs 9 fishing poles 8 jars of car wax 7 tennis rackets 6 pounds of screws 5 sets of drill bits 4 sleeping bags 3 hundred sprinkler parts 2 spotting scopes And a shell for a '93 Dodge! No, I'm not OCD.