[item] Bin of various painting supplies
[purchase info] Purchased mostly from Home Depot
[time in my possession] From 2 years to 8 years
[last used] 3 years ago
[difficulty level in getting rid of it] Medium
[destination] Says given to a painter, but he never came back. It will go on freecycle or to a thrift store
[info] I’ve had this stuff for a while, and knowing that I paint a lot, I thought about keeping it. I don’t need any of it and a lot of it is duplicates.
I know my friend would never lie to me, but I really had to question that when she said she was standing in the wine aisle at Walmart, looking at pink cat-shaped bottles of wine. I said, “no way! Send me a photo.” She did.
So, is it me, or does anyone else find this a bit disturbing? I like cats. I like wine. I just don’t think bright pink cat wine would be anything good. It looks like retro bubble bath from the 70′s, and would probably go nice with the bubble bath tea I had a couple of weeks ago. There’s just some things that shouldn’t be combined.
I guess these are pretty popular in the cat-wine world, as I found a few photos where people are collecting them. Yes, they come in more than just pink. The pink one has the pink breast cancer awareness ribbon on it, although I don’t know anything about what they support. If these were in my house, they would be supporting a lot of dust.
If you happen to be shopping, and you’re an entrepreneur, you might want to buy all of these little guys off the shelf. According to the people selling them on eBay, they’re rare. For approximately $40, with shipping, you too can have one of these to sit on your shelf.
Why do we collect things that collect dust? I do it, maybe not cat-wine, but I have decorative things around my house. The stuff is nice, but it’s always needing cleaning. I guess we all like to surround ourselves with things we like, I’m just hoping to surround myself with a little less. And I also don’t want to be so attached to those things.
We ran out of grape jelly a few days ago, and I quickly added that to our list to buy some more. Now that I’ve changed my grocery shopping habits, I don’t have 23 jelly options, as it’s been narrowed down to about 3. Missing from the new selection was my lazy jelly, the squeezable kind that is mostly no mess.
It completely crossed my mind to put the new high maintenance jelly into the squeeze bottle. I was actually going to go through a lot of work and take the time to move the jelly into a new location. Kind of defeats the purpose, doesn’t it? I decided not to move it, and I made sandwiches for my kids lunch, and guess what? It wasn’t horrible. It makes me wonder how many times I’ve complicated something in efforts to make it easier.