She knows she has a problem. She got the books, she hired the professional organizers. But she never got to enjoy the clothes she purchased, still with tags on them in a size she no longer wears. She didn’t heed the decorating advice of the books that fill boxes and crates, explaining how to make her house beautiful. She’ll never lie on the countless unopened linens and bed covers she once couldn’t resist. But someone else will. And she’ll keep shopping for them.