Two (2) things: I needed more “fresh food” and I needed to unload the KIA (to make room for more donations). Last night I showered off all my grime so was clean and “presentable” to meet the public. Three (3) deliveries: Oasis Thrift Shop with clothes and shoes, Habitat for Humanity with miscellaneous household, and the Library with four (heavy) bags of books.
A remarkable experience as I was walking out the door headed for Livingston. A lady I had never met approached me and said she wants all my plants. She is a new neighbor and the yard is naked. She seems to be “in love with gardening” and admires my beautiful plants in planters. The “yard sale” sign is no longer on display but she hoped things were still available. Hallelujah!! ~~ No hurry; I’ll still have my “pretties” for a while because “new neighbor” hasn’t moved in yet. In the meanwhile, I’ll try to find two or three strong men, and a trailer, to move the planters. True story: I had worded a new “yard sale” ad and considered stopping at the local newspaper office.
…makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.”
Multi-tasking: Doing laundry while working to “donate” and “discard.” Because my landlady and her stepson are extremely unhealthy, I sanitize the washing machine before I wash my clothes. (Remember, we no longer have hot water and landlady refuses to allow me to purchase a new tank!!) I sanitize with a “super” load of water, a cup of bleach, and a cup of OxiClean (but I’m not sure that is a substitute for “hot” water). Personally, I do not use bleach–or OxiClean–but “what’s a gal to do?”. (I prefer an organic soap product that’s good for the septic tank–and my clothes.)