It's not the volcanic ash coming from Chile, which is causing havoc with Australian flights, or climate change issues, although they are prevalent. It's that I have some of my daughters baby clothes and I just can't seem to pass them on. I know its time to shed them after all she's a beautiful, healthy, intelligent, grown woman, but I've moved these little treasures across many continents, keeping them safe in storage for 20+ years.
You may wonder why I've photographed a black bin bag....? Well, the little treasures are held within.
I've moved the bag numerous times, thinking they're heading into the car, to drop off at the charity shop for less unfortunate families, but it never makes it into the boot!
Is it just a mother thing I wonder? But when I think back, I managed to give my sons clothes away when overseas. This was easier to do, because they went to very new young mum with a baby boy, who needed a helping hand.
Does anyone have any idea how I can do this with the least trauma? I'd love to hear from you....
This is the butchers paper used for wrapping our household items.... I just couldn't resist the white crisp paper - it just needed something on it, and I suppose I needed a distraction for a few minutes.
If I had time, I'd be tempted to get out my pencils and paints.
Why do I have so much crockery??? :-0