I've been busy since I got home from work today. I got rid of my TV (and entertainment center) and my desk thanks to Craigslist. And also made a bit of money for my Spain fund. My room just looked vacant, so I had to start organizing. But while I was organizing, I had to pick out 10 things, so I decided to go through my books. One thing turned to another and now it's almost 11:30, and I have yet to do this:
Several books. I regret getting rid of the Twilight books since they were just gifted to me a year ago, but David already has the set in Spanish, so to haul them over would be ridiculous. I'll probably give them to someone I know.
A simple black tank that has a ripped shoulder seam. I was going to sew it, but meh, it's not even special.
Some picture frames I don't need to take. Don't worry, I took out the photos.
I believe I bought these at my University bookstore with my student credit. They've provided much fun over the years.
I bought this game less than a year ago, but I know David and I won't play it anymore. He taught me a Spanish game played with a regular deck of cards that is similar, but better.
Alas, if I ever get to dance again, I'll simply have to buy some shoes in better condition.
My mom got me this iron when I moved to Columbus and I think I've used it once.
Some warm pajamas I won't need anymore. Notice the fun novelty ones which my mother made a habit of buying me for many years, and yet appalled David while he was here.
Don't remember where I got these. They are chipped, and just don't work for me anymore.
This, though it just seems like a pile of garbage, was the most time consuming and thoughtful selection. A beautiful box I bought in Mexico contained receipts, tickets, notes and other memorabilia from my year there; but it didn't close all the way. Now it closes just fine since I weeded out half of its contents.
I was going to include the furniture in my things today, but I wasn't counting when I started taking photos of the others, and I ended up with 10, so...
I'm wiped, but one more thing. David told his parents today that we are getting married. I know, it's big news to keep from them for so long, but he's come a long way in a very short period of time. He's come out to them, told them about me and our relationship, and only recently admitted that I will be coming to live in their home for a few months, at the least. Now everything is out in the open. Everyone is loving and supportive. I can't imagine asking for more than what we both have right now, except to be reunited. And we're almost there.