My son recently chose a new duvet cover to replace this one. When I washed it a small rip became a huge one! It was one I brought from England, so was 21 years old! I use my things to death, but I do love them. Recycled.
I only noticed this when I was preparing for visitors. Teenage boys don’t bother with such minor details. Trashed.
Detritus from Famine and the recent Great Books camp. Recycled and trashed.
Swim clothes and just stained, teenage boy stuff. Recycled and donated.
With just one month to the start of high school, we won’t be needing this anymore. Gave good service, though. Recycled.
My wedding anniversary falls near Mother’s Day every year so we always have a surfeit of cards. Recycled.
Seems we liked this book so much we had it in hardback and paperback. Donated.
The cover is about 19 years old and had ripped at the seam, but I tried to save the pillow which is even older. It disintegrated in the wash. They don’t owe me a thing. Trashed and recycled.
Bought husband new pair when he forgot to take these to the UK at Christmas. He much preferred the emergency pair so these are going in the trash.
Very dusty computer bag rescued from the depths of our stationer cupboard. Donated.
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