March Forth on March Fourth

Rain.  It’s a love/hate relationship.  It feeds my lawn and soon-to-be flower-beds, washes away dirt on the driveway, fills the creek in my backyard, and soothes me to sleep with it’s pitter-patter on the roof.  It also creates a river of mud that my children (and dog) are drawn to like magnets, ruins my hair and makes unloading groceries a catastrophic experience.


A clean, well-designed garage invites you home on a rainy day.

What if, when you entered the driveway and opened the garage door, instead of seeing a maze of boxes, bicycles and overflowing plastic bins, you saw a clean, open space with lightly textured epoxy flooring (no slips!) and stylish cabinets with hooks for the raincoats and umbrellas? What if there was ventilated shelving for the rain boots and muddy tennis shoes?  What if, in this mystical world, there was a clear path to the door,  and a dedicated space for the deep-freezer?

March Forth

We encourage you, on this March Fourth, 2013 to March Forth with your dreams of garage freedom.  Stand in the face of muddy paws and dripping grocery bags and demand more from your garage.

Or, at the very least, go here to check out some cool ways to celebrate the day.

Did You Know? March Forth is a little known holiday that was created by Deborah Shouse, a famous writer, speaker and creativity coach. It is celebrated on March 4th and invites us to march forth into our lives, take on new experiences, and celebrate our accomplishments.