Yet as I culled through my things this past month, there’s a lot of items that didn’t make the final cut. Obviously the big furniture - mattress, couch, bar stools, bedroom mirror - were donated as they don’t fit into my car. Anything easily replaceable - dishes, cookware, lamps - also went the way of Goodwill with a hope that others will benefit.
When time finally came to pack I even got a bit brutal with the selection. Clothing I liked but didn’t fit the aesthetic I prefer? Donated. Items being saved for “just in case”? Gone. Things I bought with good intentions but didn’t ever use? Thank you for the thought and out the door they go.
But as I sit here in my makeshift bed on my floor - basically pillows and a blanket - I realize that there are some much larger items - ginormous stuff - that I also decided not to take with me.
Tink, world traveler, positivity muse, and adult entertainer, has also freelance written for a number of companies as their ghostwriter. Now talking directly to YOU on this platform, she is also writing two books at her community's request.