If you have followed along at Hoarding Woes, especially over the past year, you will recall I embarked upon cleaning the driveway first. This was an inroad with my Auntie that had taken the better part of a year to negotiate.
As you may remember, she inspected all food garbage as I left the house. It was not enough to open the bag and let her peer inside. It had to be dumped out on the floor by the front door and inspected for something she might need later. So, the commitment to let me start on the driveway was a big deal. The smelly, dead animals helped expedite the process. And, after much effort the driveway was clean.
Then it wasn’t as more debris came down the driveway to the awaiting drop boxes and with it dirt and stuff. Repeatedly, the driveway has ebbed and flowed like the tide with stuff. Today, the plan was to clean the driveway as best we could and then fill it up with patio/outdoor furniture for a sale this week.
The Garage Door guy returns tomorrow morning to finalize an installation plan.