AW: It's been raining some, which is really unusual for this time of year -- but no doubt good for the plant life. Was only a little misty when daughter and I went to the zoo yesterday. Had not been in ages! It is good to see animals (and small humans).
Q: Anybody have advice about disposing of my SIL's fabulous "estate," consisting of a stuffed storage unit and a bunch of stuff in my house? Craigslist seems like the way to go for her expensive furniture and the appliances. She has all these electronics that she hardly used -- maybe craigslist, maybe yard sale with household items and other miscellany? The clothing is confounding me -- there is so darned much of it (hundreds of excess items), and many still have price tags. Do dealers buy "lots" of clothes? What do you do with golf clubs?
W: We must try to recover some money to catch up on her recent expenses -- but no way can we spend the time to sell all this stuff individually and for the best prices. Managing an eb@y store is not my current career goal. (Plus, I hate eb@y.) W: It is almost physically painful, seeing how much she spent on stuff stuff fancy stuff horrible stuff. AW: I'm thinking this placement in the dementia unit is to the good, knock wood.
Wildlife report: a wild turkey is strolling down our street!
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