Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Coffee Chat - what would you do?

got the hot tea in my new favorite mug and am joining my sis over at Time out for Mom for her weekly coffee chat....this week's topic:  Keep it, toss it, burn it, sell it
This week she is giving us a list to answer.... 

1.  old high school/alma mater tshirt
2.  love letter from old flame who broke your heart
3.  engagement ring -- from when you said "no"
4.  vinyl edition of what was "your song" - you can dowload from iTunes anyway

The only thing on this list I would even consider keeping would be my old high school/alma mater t-shirt... Actually I really wish I still had one from college...my favorite shirt was UCBS  (I went to UCSB)

Burn the love letters....who needs to see something that didn't work out???

I would have returned the engagement ring....so nothing to toss

And unfortunately I don't own a record player and could really use the extra cash.... sell the vinyl!


  1. Nothing wrong with the way you did this one!

    1. lol.... I changed it after reading and commenting on yours!

  2. Yes...what she said.

    I was actually considering buying a new shirt from my university the other day. But then I though, no - they'll think I have money then and Never Stop Calling Me. Geez, I've made provisions in my will - you'll have to wait until I am dead! be patient. LOL
    the new blog home is looking good too sis!
    love the maple leafs :) I may be singing Oh Canada :)

    see ya Thursday - love ya!

    1. I can join you in Oh Canada.....and I almost just bought a UCSB sweatshirt last week when I was in Santa Barbara...they were at CVS for $10

  3. At one point, in my misguided youth, I burned "love letters" and mailed the ashes to the guy who wrote them. He's probably still wondering about that envelope full of ashes! =)

  4. You really should just save your money and leave the T-shirt on the sale rack. I am sure you have better uses for the money.

    1. yeah... you're probably right! Like new clothes for the grandkids! :)

  5. I'm in complete agreement. Like the way you think.


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