Stuff like China. And glass ware. Oh, and one box of books. (which I have to repack, because no one can lift the dang thing.)
Then I decided to go into my "craft room/library" formerly known as Kat's old bedroom.
I bagged up all my fabric, one nice big trash bag full. I tossed lots of marginal craft items, you know, those scraps and miscellaneous...stuff, that you might use someday, so you keep it. I packed up all my embroidery stuff and my pattern books.
Now, is any of this stuff useful? Is any of this stuff important and will it be anything I will personally use in the next two months while I'm homeless? No.
Have I packed anything that I will need--things like, clothes, food, personal hygiene stuff, sheets, blankets, etc? Nope, not one item.
But, I've made a mental list of what all I think I need to take.
- TV with DVD player and VHS player for those nights I'm alone in the house.
- Stereo with CD's to listen to when I don't have any DVD's or VHS tapes.
- My embroidery stuff, so I can cross stitch or embroidery tea towels at night while relaxing in front of the TV or Stereo. (unless I'm at Mom and Dad's)
- Work clothes.
- Necessary clothing items.
- One dresser.
- Maybe one linen cabinet (cause it's taking up space and won't show well in realty brochure...)
- Kev's collectible cars and my collectible Garfield stuff so I can list it on EBay. (we bought a digital camera yesterday, just to do this...)
- Food--yet to be determined.
- books. I always pack books. Always.
- At least two boxes to go to my new office.
I'm sure there's more that I'll need, it's just that I'm really procrastinating about packing. I need to get on the ball, but motivation is seriously lacking. Everything is so up-in-the-air, and I don't like things being up-in-the-air. This week is it, my last week. I've got to do something besides procrastinating....