It did nothing. Until yesterday.
I went to school for a training and came home ready to work. I did 6 loads of laundry, washed the dishes, cleaned out a closet, and boxed up 3 bags of donation clothes and items. I was a whirlwind.
This morning, I woke up again, ready to continue the clean-out. I resumed my adventure, cleaning out a desk and a box that has moved with me 3 times (and never been sorted). Here's what I turned up:
|This was all in one desk drawer. |
A desk drawer that I obviously haven't opened in over a decade.
|Yep. 4 old phones, including chargers.|
What do you even do with this stuff?
|I used this one forever.|
|5 rolls of undeveloped film. |
Dropping it off tomorrow. We shall see.
|When was the last time stamps were 37 cents?|
2002. That's when.
|I can't even...|
|That's a gift check for $25. Just in a drawer. |
Wondering when it would be noticed.
I found 9 purses. Nine. In those 9 purses, I found $8.35 in spare change, 6 pots of lip balm, and a Barnes and Noble gift card that still has $14.57 on it. In two days, I've filled both the trash and recycling bins. And I've still got 5 junk drawers, 1 closet, and 2 more rooms to go.
I'm starting to rethink my stance on performance-enhancing drugs. I see your 73 homeruns, Barry Bonds. And I'll raise you $47.92.