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A Photo A Day(ish).


Jam jars from the back of the fridge. Jam jars from the back of the fridge.
Soon they'll hit puberty.



I've now chucked them out.

When you lose loved ones, there are some things you should throw out before you've even had a chance to think. Otherwise it just gets too damn hard. Trust me on this.

Start with the homemade jam.

More pathos, anybody?

~~~

Tomorrow, with a bit of luck, it's boobies! I promise an lj-cut and no nipples.

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anicca_anicca
Oct. 23rd, 2009 08:33 pm (UTC)
My friend recently got rid of some mustard that was "best before Oct 92".
She had moved house 4 times with it.


I have boobies for you. I haven't introduced myself properly, but I have boobies for you, and I had you in mind when taking the pic.
Don't know how to post photos in comments, though, so you'll have to check my journal.
braunie
Oct. 24th, 2009 09:38 am (UTC)
Wow, it held up surprisingly well.

It's a handy method of mine when I need to let go of something: at least take a picture of it. Maybe that's what I need to do with a manky old disposable razor my dad was using and for some strange reason, his wife sent to me as a memento. And for some strange reason, I can't throw away.
splodgenoodles
Oct. 26th, 2009 11:57 am (UTC)
Yes, I think this photo is going to be rather important to me. Even the whole process of taking it seemed important.

I can entirely understand about the razor. Personally, I'd be inclined to keep it - I've got plenty of things like that too. I just felt the jam should be tossed on account of it having once been food. But if I were to toss it, I'd certainly take a photo first. I think I'll be doing a lot of this from now on.
escarpe
Oct. 25th, 2009 07:54 am (UTC)
I was promised boobies!
splodgenoodles
Oct. 26th, 2009 11:58 am (UTC)
No, you were promised an LJ-cut and no nipples. There have definitely been no nipples, and I promise an LJ-cut next time I post.
judyserenity
Nov. 2nd, 2009 06:39 am (UTC)
I still have a jar of honey that my mom sent me, and she died in 1996. Luckily, honey generally doesn't spoil. (If my mom were here, she'd make me tea with honey when I was ill, so yes, I do sometimes put a tiny bit of it in my tea when I'm ill.)
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