Family & Children’s Services donation

I love, love, love it when charities call to ask if I can have donations on my porch on a certain morning. How easy is that?

This morning, the following was taken off my porch and therefore removed from my house:

  1. jeans
  2. jeans
  3. dress
  4. dress
  5. dress
  6. dress
  7. tshirt
  8. tshirt
  9. tshirt
  10. tshirt
  11. tshirt
  12. tshirt
  13. shorts
  14. shorts
  15. skirt
  16. button-up
  17. button-up
  18. button-up
  19. button-up
  20. button-up
  21. boxers
  22. ballcap
  23. dress jacket
  24. scrub pants
  25. polo
  26. polo
  27. polo
  28. polo
  29. polo
  30. black men’s dress shoes
  31. baby blanket
  32. baby blanket
  33. baby blanket
  34. crib bumper
  35. crib quilt
  36. giraffe pillow
  37. storage box
  38. picture frame
  39. map
  40. kitchen timer
  41. bath toy
  42. picture frame
  43. picture frame
  44. picture frame
  45. picture frame
  46. ruler
  47. ‘good luck’ stamp
  48. handheld fan
  49. stuffed squirrel
  50. disney pez dispenser
  51. shin guard
  52. musical xmas tie
  53. headband
  54. rolodex
  55. holiday scrapbook
  56. binder
  57. 7-piece condiment set
Oh. And I trashed some old photo coasters we’d been hanging on to. They’re kinda junky, plus we got new ones as a Christmas gift. 58 items gone.
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About maggie

thirty-something. working on life.
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2 Responses to Family & Children’s Services donation

  1. danardoyle says:

    Doesn’t it feel good to simplify and donate?

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