Not that I couldn’t drive around with them for awhile. Because I could. I’ve been known to lay down on a queen sized bed watching television while the whole other side of the bed is covered in laundry. My husband would like it noted that I’ve also been known to shove stuff over to make enough room in order to be able to lay down. I would like it noted that my husband brings laundry upstairs to fold at 11:00 p.m when I’m ready to suck down some low cal pudding and watch crappy reality television.
|You. Yes, you. You are a lazy wench. Now excuse me while I suck down this milkshake. In front of you. With whipped cream of top.|
My inner clutter-phobe is trying to remind me that those boxes have gathered dust for a year and half and I never needed any of it during that time so why even unpack. Chuck it. Chuck it all.
My inner procrastinator is in favor of just racking and stacking the boxes in a corner and figure out later what to do with them. She’s a very convincing wench. She might win. Plus, I’m supposed to be moving offices again in like 3 months and I’ll just have to pack again anyway so what’s the point, really?
Except there’s nowhere to actually hide the boxes and I’ll actually have to see them until then. My inner Do It Yourself-er then contemplates ways to make them less noticeable and or just less hideous to look at. And then I’m officially in left field. That was 10 minutes of my life I’ll never get back spent trying to decide what to do with 7 boxes of work crap I barely care about.
There have got to be better things I could be doing with my Friday. I’m just going to shove that crap in a drawer like everyone else does and call it a week.
Boom. Decision made.