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How hard can it be?


Camy

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I've always lived with the idea in the back of my mind (don't laugh) that, if push came to shove I'd be able to walk out of the door with a pack on my back, and start a new life without worrying about what I'd left behind.

Ha! Fat chance. I'm selling this thing called house (can't afford the mental anguish any more) and have been trying to get rid of my 'things', but it's proving a lot, A LOT harder than I thought it would.

Take photographs. I have a lot of them, both from home and from work, and video too. I also have all my father's negs. If I were to start now I'd probably not be done digitising until Christmas - and I'd be lucky if it was Christmas this year. Diaries: I have years of the buggers - some with only a few entries, but every time I put them in the bin, this other 'me' pulls them out again.

T-shirts. I like t-shirts :laugh:

The list goes on and on, and I don't really want to throw any of it away.... *sighs*

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If you're having problems deciding which things to toss, I'll be more than happy to come over and help you toss some things off....err out. *smiles innoceently* :icon6: Jason R.
...or is that as the English say, "I'd help you toss off." :hiya::lipssealed:
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You're like my mom. I've been telling her to throw some things out, but she never did. She says there's nothing to throw out because we need them all.

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You're like my mom. I've been telling her to throw some things out, but she never did. She says there's nothing to throw out because we need them all.
Your mother might be in need of therapy if she's anything at all like me. Hmm. I need therapy ... perhaps two for the price of one?ORThe Dude can organise a 'therapy outing'! Whadda ya think?
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Silly Emu, therapy is for humans only. You'd be better off burying your head in the sand.Though that would create a whole new set of problems. An up-turned rear, a blind emu. Come to think of it, go ahead and bury your head in the sand*stands by waiting patiently*Jason R.

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Silly Emu, therapy is for humans only. You'd be better off burying your head in the sand.Though that would create a whole new set of problems. An up-turned rear, a blind emu. Come to think of it, go ahead and bury your head in the sand*stands by waiting patiently*Jason R.
Umm ... are you ... nah ... couldn't possibly ... hmm. :whistle:Besides, why can't Emus have therapy? Think of the untapped market! After all, eggs are eggs.
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Camy might be the only emu in need of therapy. But then, a human in awe of an emu with its rear upturned might not be cured by any therapy at all. Regardless, a therapy outing would be awesome.

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