Declutter 2018: A bag of 23 things

I’ve been collecting things to give to the folks that come by and take things. I’ve not gotten too far in filling the bag but here it is what I have in the bag:

  • A book called My Mother, Your Mother: Embracing “Slow-Medicine,” The compassionate approach to caring for your aging loved ones. A geriatric doctor suggested it back when my dad was ailing. I didn’t get past the first page.
  • Four pieces of plastic on which to string Christmas lights
  • A fabric coaster filled with cloves and decorated with snowmen. It was a gift from a student.
  • An old GPS device
  • An Otter Box case for an old phone
  • Two briefcases
  • Two sets of light-activated candles
  • A case for my tablet that I don’t like
  • A bunch of thank-you cards
  • A cheat-sheet for statistics
  • A cord on which to hang a nametag
  • Some Moleskin padding, regular
  • A pack of replacement fuses for Christmas lights
  • A battery powered controller for something I gave away another time
  • A small photo album
  • A pair of clip-on reading glasses
  • An old walking tracker and its plug

Declutter 2018 count 73:

  • 23 things in a bag
  • 32 Dan Bern Posters
  • 2 crystal unicorns, broken
  • 9 letters from Sue
  • 1 Loon Magic sweatshirt
  • 1 shedding scarf
  • 1 pair of fingerless gloves
  • 1 wool underlayer shirt
  • 1 birthday poster from Sue
  • 1 baby shower thank you card from Chris and George
  • 1 Christmas postcard from Auntie June and Uncle Harold

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