Sunday, June 01, 2008


Do YOU save taco bell receipts?

What are the most important momentos you know, the things you'd want someone to save and pass on if something happened to you.

Is there something you don't want your mother to find?

I spent yesterday with some incredible people...incredible friends. Doing something that had to be done but that was absolutly gut wrenching.

Just wanted to give an internet shout out to team June. Ya'll rock.

Off to the farmers market...


Anonymous said...

I would like my daughters to have my jewelry and the granddaughters to have my little bear collection.
Grandsons can have what they would like if they ask the girls nicely.
My mother probably found whatever it was. I have saved a lot of thank you letters from the grandkids that their mothers might like. I will try to give some of this stuff to people before I go but you don't always know when that might be.
Love Aunt Sue

Anonymous said...

I don't go to Taco Bell so that wouldn't be a problem for me. However, I do have tons of junk that I need to sort and dispose of. Having moved a number of family members, it is a never ending task to go through stuff and decide what to keep and what goes out the door. I will start today and hopefully it won't be such a burden for someone else. Thanks for the reminder that we all need to get our houses in order because you never know....

Anonymous said...

i hope the market was fabu. it was finding my husband's cell phone number on a sticky note amongst the taco bell receipts that really concerned me. ;-) gb

Kathy said...

Again, I'm really glad I didn't see the Taco Bell receipts.

Here at home I do have a shred pile that's a mile high thanks to dear SIL.

And only one more eyebrow-raising picture.

"Use it or lose it" is such an appropriate saying everyone should apply to their lives. Especially if I'm involved in the clean-up!

Jenn, so glad you were there. :)