As I mentioned in previous post today, I was awake early before my time, so I got up.
After breakfast, I walked into town for shopping, in preparation for Sunday dinner for me and a friend. Calling in Asda before 8am meant I had beaten any sign of the big mad rush of other people shopping and I got what I required in 20 minutes. Or so I thought, because as soon as I walked over the car park, I realised I forgotten the veg. But never mind I thought, as on a positive note I thought, I will walk back down and shop elsewhere for my veg, enjoying the morning walk.
On walking home with this shopping, I passed the Chernobyl charity shop and the lady who runs this shop was putting out the bins. I said morning and asked if she’d like a large bean bag. She said yes and on coming back into town, I dropped it off at the shop as promised. Now for some reading this, it may have come as a surprise that I gave it away, because in an earlier blog post some time ago, I talked about not wanting to part with it for free, after trying to sell it. But since then, I have had the urge to give it away and if I was going to, then this shop came to mind, because of the appreciation shown in the past of donations I have dropped off there.
I feel good and lifted for giving away something that I feel was part clutter for me and also for helping this charity shop at the same time, as they can get some money out of it.