So is it Peter Walsh, the hot construction guy or one of the cutie hosts?
To answer my own question, I have even tossed yearbooks and donated my wedding dress, but I haven't regretted a thing yet. Because of my personal history, including a nomadic childhood, I don't attach to stuff. Rather than keep a wedding dress hostage in my closet, why not donate it for use in another happy wedding, or to be dyed as a prom dress? It can be someone else's great bargain and help create another special memory! (The pictures are more fun and easier to move.) Most of my stuff comes in used, so sending it back out in the world doesn't seem like a loss. It feels like I'm sending things on to their next "renter", since none of us own anything but our skin 'n' bones 'n' memories. That said, I've come to appreciate that stuff can provide comfort and convenience and enjoyment at times.
But, this purge is our biggest yet. I have no idea how we'll feel after the dust settles.
Thanks for sharing! I'm enjoying reading these!