Directly across the street is one. I had no idea.
Now I wonder what the crime was. How long ago was it committed? Is the perpetrator rehabilitated?
Perhaps that explains the arrest I saw going down last spring in the middle of the street right near where the "offender" is mapped out to be residing.
No more to say about that. I've got to let it go. Be aware, be alert, but let it go.
One of the neighbors is a genuine Hoarder, and had a garage full to the ceiling of "stuff". Seriously! No kidding!
I saw how emotionally difficult it was for her to let go of her years worth of collections. Her husband had to keep reminding her that they had no choice. They had to move. They had just a few weeks left to get out. I gave her a hug when she started to cry after someone bought up her collection of Mr. Rogers books. I wonder what causes people to hoard. I wonder what's the difference between my too many things, and a hoarder's way to much overabundance of stuff.
It was my understanding that they had already been living in a trailer because there was no more room in their house to get around safely. Now they were moving to another house, smaller than the one they are in.
It made me realize just how much junk I have sitting around that I don't really NEED!
My local Project Purr is holding a giant Rummage sale this month.
|I've managed to clear all this stuff off the dresser!|
Except for the cats. They are permanent fixtures!
I love the fact that I can help cats this way. I already took one carload over to them last week.
My car is half packed right now with another load. When I feel better, I hope to finish and take more extraneous belongings away.
It's nice to have reminders from the examples of others how I can improve my lifestyle.