So living in a motor home is rough on me. Once Lucy posted a picture of her monitor and beside it was a cup of pens, pencils and a screw driver that I recognized immediately, because I looked beside my monitor to my ‘square glass’ and saw the same screw driver.
I like that little square glass, I got it at a yard sale for .25, so I could collect more pens and pencils. HA! I seldom throw anything away without taking something off or out of it. Sorta like someone you know probably (if there is a male around, Before Lucy yells, “Joe is the worst!”, no he ain’t!!! I have known men with several small buildings FULL! Women cannot get enough clothes and shoes and men cannot get enough TREASURES (translate that junk, that might come in handy some day!)
And for a fact, many a dollar has been saved, because of a pipe fitting or an electrical fixture was saved. Now I honestly do have too many (duplicate) tools, even in the motor home. I keep a full set of tools in the motor home and one in the Van, who knows I might break down away from the motor home.
Having ten Phillips screw drivers and figuring which one to give away, is like you ladies deciding which sweater (or pair of shoes) to get rid of. haha.
Vondale told me once he got so sick of his stuff in the basement and could not get rid of it, he and a buddy decided to empty each others basement. Tuck said that wasn’t hard. But there were so many nice things the guy had, he took them. That guy did the same, they just swapped junk. Men cannot win. Tuck should have asked his wife to clear the basement, ‘twould have been clean as a whistle in no time.
The majority of us are on the verge of being ‘hoarders’.
Folks down south will fill up their garage and leave the car out in the freezing rain and have to scrape the windshield. Now Sherry and I will never do that, that is for dang sure. If we have a garage WE ARE GONNA use it.
Thanks for coming by the log.
The shin bone is a device for finding furniture in the dark, proven FACT!.
Now check this car out:
1955 Packard convertable