Apparently I’m a hoarder and didn’t even know it.

Strange things I found when cleaning out my purse:

•  Business cards from people I haven’t spoken to in years

•  Three gift cards with a combined value of less than $5

•  My college ID circa 2002

•  A County library card that expired in 2004

•  Two due bills from 2001 for a store than doesn’t exist anymore (do any of you even know what a due bill is??)

and…

•  My dad’s Blockbuster card that I borrowed when I was 16!!  Sorry, Dad.  I hope your life wasn’t ruined by the fact that you were never able to rent Braveheart.

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7 Responses to Apparently I’m a hoarder and didn’t even know it.

  1. Julie K says:

    I clean out my purse regularly, so who is the packrat, now? That is what happens when you call your friends mean things :)

  2. Posh says:

    Funny what we can find in there.

    Stopping by via the Thursday Hop to say hi and to follow.
    Have a great day!
    POSH
    http://poshonabudget.com/2011/02/thursday-friends-2.html

  3. An Irish Italian Blessing says:

    I cringe at the thought of cleaninig out my purse and wont even go near my wallet. I don't know why I can't throw away a gift card with .42 cents on it but I can't! Oh and I totally still have my dad's Blockbuster card too :)

  4. Michelle says:

    That is a weird bunch of stuff to find.

  5. Husband may have mentioned a time or two that I like to hold on to items for entirely too long and I always reassure him, “I am not a hoarder! These things will be FABULOUS in the wee ones scrapbooks some day.” I guess the problem is I’m not overly organized, so when I need it for scrapbooking, it’s never where I need it! Shucks!

    • Jen says:

      Ohhhh, I have an entire bag of stuff from my daughter’s first year of life that has yet to be scrapbooked. I like to think that I’m crafty, but I just don’t care enough to set aside the time for it. Obviously. Because Allison is 2.

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