Saying Goodbye. Clutter Interrupted is for SALE.

Clutter Interrupted is for SALE!News

We start this post with bittersweet news. After much consideration, we have decided to end our commitment to Clutter Interrupted. It has been a blast getting to know a lot of you, our followers, and learning so much from our fantastic radio show guests. We have really enjoyed the time working together as friends, too.

Our focus in 2015 is to be intentional with our lives. We have taken this seriously as we evaluate where we are currently spending our time and resources. Sprinkle in a fairly serious medical episode (more from Chelle below) and some other career opportunities, and we find ourselves both feeling led to pursue other areas with the time and energy previously devoted to Clutter Interrupted.

We want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for being the best. Writing encouraging emails and comments have meant the world to us and makes it extra sad to move on.

Our decision could lead to a new opportunity for YOU. ClutterInterrupted.com is now for sale. Have you always wanted to become a blogger but didn’t know where to start?

Please contact us with your questions at info {at} clutterinterrupted {dot} com. We would love to talk to you about this exciting opportunity to start your very own blogging business with a website, logo, social media sites and more. It’s all ready to go. :)

 

Chelle’s Update

I have been on a bit of a roller coaster ride the last few months. I was diagnosed with a herniated disc in my lower back and was advised to have surgery. Due to the extreme pain from detached disc fragments on my spinal cord, I decided to have the surgery a few days before Christmas thinking that I would be up and around quickly, as my husband did after his back surgery 12 years ago, right?

The day after I returned home I was admitted back in the hospital for blood clots in my lung and legs. My friends, husband and I had a rockin’ New Year’s Eve there! Who needs champagne when you can have a Heparin drip?

Chelle and Tracy at their hospital New Year's Eve Party!

Thank you so much for your concerned emails and messages. I am continuing to recover from the surgery and am on Coumadin therapy for the next several months. I have not been allowed to bend at my waist. This makes brushing teeth interesting among other daily chores and routines.

I want to say a huge thank you to Tracy for keeping things going for Clutter Interrupted! She also organized meals for me, did my laundry and has been a wonderful supportive friend. I am also grateful for my mom who has driven from Nebraska to Kansas City on more than one occasion to help me when my husband was out of town for work. I am blessed also with family and friends who have prayed for me, fed my family, and just hung out to keep me company while I have been recovering.

So there you have my medical saga. I’m fairly confident I will be contacted to sell my story for a made for TV movie on the Lifetime channel. Surely Brad and Angelina would be fools to pass up the roles of their lives as Jimmy and Chelle in this compelling drama.

 

 

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