Blogger: Instantly Interruptible, Mt. Lebanon
You know it's time to declutter when you open a closet door and stuff falls on your head. That happens to me more than I'd like to admit. It's just that open spaces beg to be filled. When I lived in a small, old house with micronite closets, I was forced to be economical. In my bigger house that has more closet space, I'm not forced to choose which coat to keep and which coat to donate to Goodwill; I can keep them both because they both fit in my closet. You can imagine what a couple of years of such accumulation can do, which is why I love the message of I.C. Springman's picture book, More.
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Julie Azzam is the mother of two young children and an ardent fan of children's literature, especially picture books. She teaches literature at the University of Pittsburgh. Her posts on Great Gardening Reads and Back to School Books were also featured on PlayGround.