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Dust In The Wind

2006-06-19 - 11:45 a.m.

Spent the better part of yesterday consolidating my life.

I inspected about seven boxes, threw some things away, and re-packaged what I kept into 2 1/2 boxes.

The trash guy is gonna love me.

Then I helped put a desk together, which will also help clean things up.

I have received much criticism in my life for being a slob. I'm working on changing that...eliminating clutter and keeping things cleaner.

One step at a time.


How is it that things in a sealed box can collect dust?

It's all mostly books and such, but hands are black after doing this for 30 minutes.


Enough for now. Be seeing you.


3 comments so far

Brin - 2006-06-19 14:54:57 -
If those are the boxes you kept in the garage of your former domicile, then it could just be a slight case of mold -- or the ink from the books themselves if they were kept in a damp place. When I have to store something a long time, I wrap it in plastic before I stick it in a box, just in case. Spores are obstinate.


Bob - 2006-06-19 17:54:00 -
Yup, that sounds like mold.


non-fuckabl - 2006-08-25 14:08:50 -
Haha, yeah, how can they!?


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