Today’s post requires a little audience participation.
We’ve now sold most of our furniture, knick-knacks and practical items have gone at a car boot sale, and we’re on to all the miscellaneous and unique things make our home, well, ours. Most things I’m very happy to re-home, but with the particular items below I’ve reached an impasse.
The options are:
- Ship. Put it in the suitcase, baby!
- Store. (We have a little storage in a loft available.)
- Sell. Or give away. Either way, pass it on!
- Scrap. Put it in the bin, baby!
Here’s what we’ve got:
The drum. It only cost us 75p, but it’s provided hours of entertainment. However, it is a little bulky.
The vintage children’s books that I’ve been collecting for years. Ironically, I now almost have children old enough to enjoy them.
Decorative candles, each a gift from our travels. Pretty, meaningful, heavy.
My seashell collection that I started as a child- however, now it mostly collects dust.
And the big ticket item… the wedding dress. I still love it, but let’s face it- I’m never going to wear it again. Every time I look at this picture I think, ‘That train was a logistical nightmare.’
So, I’m going to say something you don’t hear very often… opinions welcome! What do you think?