Packing highlights.

Although this is hardly my first day of packing for Scotland, it has been a long one, filled with Kleenex (yay, head cold) and boxes I never unpacked from my last move and lots of stuff I simply do not know why I own. And now, some highlights!

Weirdest discovery: my very first mobile. I tried to sell it nine years ago, but I guess that didn’t work. I will be donating it through Call2Recycle.

Packed for storage: my entire poetry library. I may regret that, but it will give me a good excuse to use the public library system while I am there.

Thing I thought I would want to keep but don’t: my high school yearbook from senior year. I contacted my school’s alumni association to see if they want it. (Thanks for the idea, Unclutterer!)

Books, books, books. So very many books. Would you like some books? I have some up for swap at PaperBackSwap and Goodreads. If you are looking for a particular book, you are welcome to check out my library on LibraryThing and make me an offer.

3 thoughts on “Packing highlights.

  1. Oooh, I totally had that phone, too!  I think it may have also been my first mobile phone.

    Um, I think I might also still have mine?  Somewhere in a box in storage, I imagine I’ll find it years from now and think of you. 🙂

    1. When you find it, charge it up and turn it on. You will marvel at how far technology has come in such a short period of time.

      1. Or maybe I will long for those simpler days when my phone was just a phone and not a TV/music player/GPS/browser/gaming device?

        Sometimes I wish for an old-school nokia, but perhaps the reality is I’m far too dependent on the media-machine of smartphones. 🙂

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