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Now don’t judge me – not all of us have immaculate showroom squeaky clean cars...and that’s OK!
Anyway, in the course of the clear out, obviously I re-discovered a whole range of things, along with some unexpected finds as well.....the old, old mobile phone cover my daughter used many years ago; endless supermarket receipts; the garage receipt for the last service; a motley assortment of pens; and the inevitable snack food wrappings.
Some bits and pieces obviously went straight in the bin. Others found a new home in their rightful place.
And some provided a few moments of reliving memories of family outings over the years. Just one or two were reminders of some of life’s “nasties” or jobs undone.
We may start with the obvious stuff on the surface, but as we work through the bits and pieces, we found half-forgotten memories that connect with other stuff.
We have those “aha” moments. Or those “oh dear” moments. We may emerge from the clear out with a renewed sense of vigour; or an element of sadness and regret; or an energy for further work of clearing out. It will all be there – the good, the bad and the ugly. But it’s all part of our life. And we will find connections, answers and understanding. As well as, hopefully, a new beginning.
Whether that’s in the therapy room or clearing out the car. Now I have to finish the job, so I’m off to the car wash..........
What’s your clear out project just now?