The problem with attempting to organize 24 cubbies one by one is that over time things have co-mingled such that items that belong together in one cubby are scattered about throughout the 24 cubbies. Further complicating matters is that I have no idea which cubbies house which items.
This means that when I begin to organize one cubby, I must, of necessity, search through the other 23 cubbies for similar things that should go into the one cubby currently being organized.
As a result of the interconnectedness of mess, I ended up organizing four of the cubbies in the larger unit:
And two of the cubbies in the smaller unit:
While I have, from a technical perspective, organized 25% of the cubbies, I know that I have not done 25% of the work. If I were less experienced in the unforeseen consequences of attempting to organize a mess, I might imagine that I am now four days ahead of schedule, but I know my schedule will slip.
To begin with, as I sorted through the stuff that was jammed into the cubbies, I found this book:
which was in the vicinity of this partially completed amigurumi (the directions for which are in the book):
and next to that partially completed amigurumi, I found this partially completed amigurumi, inspired by Perry the Platypus (aka, Agent P) from the cartoon, “Phineas and Ferb”:
In addition to finding more work to be done, I finished crocheting the stash bag I began work on yesterday:
Tomorrow, before I can organize the next cubby (whichever one that might be), I will have to felt the stash-basket-to-be (there was not enough yarn for a stash bag proper) and finish work on Sebastian (aka “le hamster”) as he will be included in the amigurumi project I want to have completed and shipped out by July 20th.
And no doubt, when I begin going through the cubbies that remain, I will find even more unfinished projects in need of my attention.