So, what is it about blogging that makes people tell the whole world weird things? And even more importantly, why do other people read it?
I really can’t say much because I’m in both those categories.
When I read about Shannon’s carnival I thought, “Why not? The Suburban needs cleaned anyways.”
So here is the list of what I removed from our family truck.
- Pencil – still sharpened amazingly.
- Clifford ball cap
- 3 empty drink bottles – from this very afternoon, really.
- Dishcloth – doesn’t everyone keep one in their vehicle?
- 2 blank and empty CD cases – about these I have no clue.
- 3 empty plastic bags – from 3 different stores even.
- 1 empty bread bag and the twisty to close it
- 1 used tissue
- 1 used napkin
- Parking ticket from the Farm Show
- Little girls white barrette
- 2 unopened straws – they were quite bent.
- Date card from inside a library book due back Mar 27 – no book though.
- Little girls headband – obviously things come off my children’s heads during car rides.
- Empty key chain – this one is my fault, I remember switching keys.
- Papers including a shopping list, gas receipt and directions; even 7 sheets of blank copier paper.
- Lollipop stick
These things stayed in the truck. I didn’t include the glove box or storage compartment between the front seats.
- Stroller – necessity.
- Umbrella – goes without saying.
- Ice Scraper and Brush – if it stays in year round we know where to find it.
- Small air compressor
- 2 board books
- My sunglasses and 3 children’s sunglasses.
- Mint gum – yet to be chewed.
- Pair of black gloves – for working? I’m actually not sure whose they are or what they are from so I stuffed them back under the seat.
There you have it. Whether you wanted to or not.
There wasn’t anything too gross. That’s one prize I’ll gladly take a pass for.
If you want to read about other people’s dirty vehicles – beats me why you’d want to, but just in case you do – click on the pink car graphic.