Shredding into the Future

a pile of credit card offers, all cut into pieces

Today, I kept the shredder quite busy.

two days ago, those bins were full of quilt material
yesterday, I donated a basket of fabrics to the Mennonite Women’s group at church

In boxes taken from the closet, there were bank statements from a closed account at a bank no longer in business.
Twelve years ago, we spent bunches of money for school registrations and for groceries at Eagle Market and the meat shop….three adolescent sons in the house then.
It’s kind of nice to know the kittycats had their very first checkup and shots on September 22, 1995.  The cancelled check says the expense was $70 for the both of them.
Piles of papers became fluff taken to the town re-cycle bins.

Yesterday’s doctor’s report says all should be well, yet Oscar is still not moving much.  He’s eating canned food, but ignoring a buffet of dry bits in bowls.  He has decided a guitar case is a fine place to take a nap.

Ah, well, he’s not bothering me.  I’ve got more work to do.
I have to get the bins empty again.

~~love and Huggs, Diane

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