Sunday writing prompt: One persons trash!

Sara is our host for the Sunday Writing Prompt.
Her challenge this week:

What constitutes trash? Dirty diapersyes. Rotten foodshould probably be composted, but yes, something to discard. What about that barely beaten sofa you upgraded? Or the vanity that still holds a breath of life, but needs a little TLC. Grandmas atticeverything needs to go! Garage sales and thrift shops are all about turning ones trash into anothers treasure. Even a spouse, who their significant other decided to discard, but became the most valuable person in YOUR life! It really comes down to perspective

I encourage you to write about trash that became treasure. Base it on personal experience, or compose something entirely fictional. All is welcome

Todays Sunday Writing Prompt is: One Persons Trash


I am terrible about getting rid of stuff. I always figure well, maybe I’ll use this or that, whatever it is I am procrastinating about getting rid of. I just never wanna throw anything away!

I did have a good clear out recently. And it was great because I was able to actually give stuff to my cousin, I had some baby clothes that were brand new that I had bought for my reborn dolls, so I gave them to her for her new baby. She was so thankful to me for them!

I also gave away some books kids books that I had to my aunts grandkids.

I also donated a lot of unwanted clothes and shoes! I like to donate them to my favourite charity shops.

I should probably do more clear outs, more often, but I am sentimental, and like I said, I hate throwing things out.

I am glad though that this last one I had I was able to give my unused stuff to good homes.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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