It happens in the fall, not the birds and animals shifting to find more hospitable climes, but my clothing has to be migrated.
Somewhere along the way I began to separate my clothing into cool weather clothing and hot weather clothing for the other 10 months of the year. This was not due to a latent organizing gene in my body, but rather lack of space.
So now, as I select my work clothes, I am shuffling the new fluffy Halloween socks to the top drawer and removing several pairs of anklets to the bottom drawer. Ditto the fall and summer pj bottoms.
In the closet, the short sleeved shirts rotate to the left while the empty hangers migrate to the right.
It’s all fun and games until the weather warms back up for that week or two of hot weather until the thermometer settles into cool weather time.
Until next time, stay healthy.