Tuesday, November 4, 2014

  • one bottle yoga mat cleaner. who am i kidding?
  • one tiny set of wind chimes. the children put things in my way when they do not want to throw them away themselves.
  • one set closet door hardware. still the wrong size.
  • a pair of biking shoes. for spinning. hahahahaha.
  • one t-shirt. re-regifting.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

  • two small dinosaurs. the jurassic period is almost over here.
  • a magnetic metal bookmark. in this item, simplicity is more valuable than innovation.
  • a tiny metal sculpture incorporating an alligator clip. if it were also magnetic i would have kept it.
  • black suede boots. sexy, yet unworn. pointy and pointless.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

  • a little plastic box.
  • a little metal box.
  • a little paper box.
  • a little cloth box.
  • all put into a shoe box. and thrown away.

Friday, May 10, 2013

  • a small portfolio of fifth grade art. but i frame the best ones.
  • a tiny notebook. ubiquitous and so charming.
  • one kids' book. i want to keep everything today.
  • small blue vase. last of five, but finally.
  • phone charger for the car. it is a tiny bit dangerous to get rid of these.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

  • three balloons. kind of a pointless toy, in the end.
  • a coin of no nationality. talk about pointless.
  • a pipe-cleaner pencil grip. innovative, but sharp.
  • a pile of pencils. of limited value when eraserless.
  • a pile of homework. of limited value generally.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

  • an embarrassing number of hotel shower accoutrements. i may be a hoarder.

Monday, May 6, 2013

  • one tank top. done with ribbed tanks.
  • two fake pearls. which is overestimating their charm.
  • one very cute kid's apron. sadly underused.
  • a tiny notepad. a curse on tiny notepads.