pandemo (pandemo) wrote,

Friday Five

1. Would you consider yourself an organized person? Why or why not?

I have a plaque from my sisters that reads, "Creative Minds Are Rarely Tidy". Mine is NOT an exception to that rule.
2. Do you keep some type of planner, organizer, calendar, etc. with you, and do you use it regularly?

I have a pretty wall calendar I record important dates (like when the stallion broke out and got in with which mares, and who was in heat THAT TIME, (I originally thought it would be for PLANNED BREEDINGS...) Oh, well.
3. Would you say that your desk is organized right now?

I just had a sub for two days, so everything is DISORGANIZED TOTALLY, but it LOOKS real neat and pretty. It just isn't USABLE in that shape...
4. Do you alphabetize CD's, books, and DVD's, or does it not matter?

Science Fiction books are in the living room in three glass fronted book cases, in alphabetical order by last name, then title. There are two overflow shelves, and I have no idea where I'll go with them next, as I have no more room for another bookcase. Arabian Horse Stud Books are in the bookcases in my bedroom, as are the Arabian Horse Magazines back to the '60's. They both still have a bit of expansion room. OTHER types of books are in the guest bedroom closet, in three open face wooden bookcases, again alphabetically by author, with the overflow in every other closet in the house except the hall closet. Were I rich, I'd ADD A ROOM to the trailer to be my "library". It would have wall to wall bookcases, floor to ceiling.
5. What's the hardest thing you've ever had to organize?

Any room where I have more things to put than places to put them. Things with a place get put in that place. It's all the rest of the stuff that is the problem... (There IS a narrow path through the living room...)
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