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Our church and school held a Goodwill drive, and I took advantage of the situation to clean out some more unused items in the guestroom closet, the home office, and the garage. Making drop offs at Goodwill is something I don’t do often enough, and I’m making a mental note to add it to my calendar that doesn’t exist. I’m sure we can all agree this is an awesome plan that is sure to happen.
A lot of you like those weekly pick ups that frequently happen in neighborhoods, but I stopped doing those years ago when the police told us people were holding fake ones and then selling the goods on ebay and craigslist. Sigh. You need one heck of a black heart to come up with that scheme.
In the end, I donated (got out of my house once and for all)
- 7 black garbage bags of clothes
- 2 black garbage bags of toys
- 2 black garbage bags of linens
- 1 black garbage bag of clothes hangers
- 10 files boxes of books
- 3 XL professionally framed prints
- 1 magnetized menu board thing–home decor item
- 1 matted limited edition print of something or other
- 1 lamp
- 1 nightstand
I told the Mister that this might be the most uncluttered our house has ever been. He agreed. And yet, it still looks like a bit of a mess. Oh, well. I’m not going to try to figure everything out at once.