That is what I've been doing...
I've gone through my closet and drawers, the kitchen, the bathroom and organized the foodstuffs in the hall and the hurricane supplies in my bedroom closet So far, three boxes and an old suitcase have gone and my I MAC and a desk of my grandmother's remain to re-home. At some point, I will need to tackle the storage off the screened porch but that is so narrow I can't get in it. I have boxes of old papers and returns to sort out and would rather not leave those for someone else to deal with should I be gone. I also want to re-organize my current papers and make room for what is left in the bedroom closet so that every bit of paperwork is in one place.
A friend who works at the county health department has sent an email with contact information for homebound persons over sixty in need of COVID vaccinations. I will be calling this week for more information. Truthfully, I've put that off because I'm anxious about the whole thing. The thought of anyone coming in here or standing close enough to administer an injection now fills me with dread. Not so one year ago but we are in a vastly different circumstance at this point.
Spring blew in with chilly winds and it was jacket weather here until yesterday. Though warming it is still breezy enough for the blinds to move a bit with the windows open and with the sun creating spots on the floor, Lukas is happily lazing. I love sunlight on his fur. He almost glows.