July 31, 2006 @ 9:55 pm by sean
So I stayed at Sarah B.’s place the three days.
Undeniably good time.
Now I am at Jason T.’s.
You wanna hang out? He works during the day time.
So I will be here alone, with nothing to do but hope to hang out with someone.
‘And every birthday card I threw away’
I have never thrown away a birthday card.
maybe not never.
But I have a desk drawer full of them and Christmas cards.
I also have giant warm fuzzies from some Teen’s Encounter Christ retreat I went on back in high school.
And a red Ferrari 360 Maranello and 575 Barchetta, and a silver Porsche 911.
And a lot more
Stuff upon stuff.
My room is rather small
considering the size of the other two bedrooms in our house
so it does not leave much room to keep this
Now that Kristyn is out some stuff is making it’s way up to her room.
I have trouble throwing things away sometimes.
Everything in my small room has a memory of some kind attached to it.
Just a room full of stuff with memories.
But most of it means nothing to me now.
I keep it only because it meant something to me once.
Maybe I should get rid of it.
Most of it is fit only for the rubbish.
I could donate some of it, or sell it and donate the money.
But I might use it some day for something.
Or I might miss it.
Those are the two excuses that keep this stuff piling up in my room.
I really only use my room for sleeping, so I am not really even around this stuff that often.
And even when I am most of the meanings and memories do not just jump out without first concentrating on them.
I suspect it is not wrong to keep it.
Nor is it wrong to get rid of it.
Is it better to do one or the other?
Am I being selfish and materialistic by keeping this stuff?
Would some kid benefit more from these things than I do from keeping them?
Or some person benefit more from the money I could get by selling it?
Is there anyone who owns either of these books will to give them to me or sell them to me?
•Contemporary Advertising; 8th Ed Arens McGraw-Hill
•Earth Science Tarbuck, E.J., et al Prentice Hall