Friday, September 2, 2011

Unwanted

Have you ever felt unwanted and under appreciated?

The other day, as I sat in my living room looking around the room, I thought, the Pres and I will no longer need any of the fireplace tools since the new house does not have a fireplace.




So then the wheels kept turning and churning in my brain and I thought of my son.  He and his wife just closed on their house.  They had a fireplace!  They could use these things.  They could give the old tools and hot ash vacuum a good home, along with the Pres' fire retardant gloves (FD issue, no less!).

And so, there's a happy ending here.  The tools were only unwanted for a short period of time.  They have found another home!

10 comments:

  1. He will be so glad you thought of him.

    I believe I see your life simplifying! Burning wood while wonderful, is a messy complicated thing.

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  2. So glad they found a home. Parting with treasured items is easier when you know who is is going to use them.

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  3. Hey those are some great hand me overs. I am sure they will love them!

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  4. Your family will most certainly appreciate them, and, when you visit them you will get to see your old fp tools again. Sounds like a win win.

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  5. I bet they'll be thrilled to have something from that house..

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  6. great idea, recyce is my motto.

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  7. I'm glad that there will be a happy ending for those lovely tools. And, they will bring memories of your home in the hollow to your son, every time he uses them.

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  8. I'm glad you were able to find someone in the family who would need them! Those are some very nice fireplace tools! Best ones I've ever seen and I grew up in a house with a real working fireplace.

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