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Step Two: The one in which we sell all of our stuff

Remember how I was looking for a blog about real life? Well, then there’s Jess…
“It’s not even that I think they are a mark of a cool/worthy/hip person, but I think others will think that if I own these things I will be good enough.”

Life thus far

So you’ve followed our journey thus far, and you know that my husband, my cat, and I are headed to Seattle in three weeks. We have secured a vehicle to get us there, and we are in the process of selling everything that doesn’t fit into our 1994 Pontiac Sunbird. My project these past few weeks has been to put my creative writing minor to use by tricking people on Craigslist into buying our stuff. For example:

futon adlawn furniture

The furniture has been easy to let go of, for the most part. We got most of our stuff from goodwill anyway, so nothing too expensive or sentimental. There is this one chair though, that Doug loves almost as much as he loves me. I don’t understand it, and every time I ask Doug why he likes it so much, he just shrugs and says, “how can I possibly explain the complex relationship…

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I'm a small town girl, loving big cities and isolated mountains. I befriend every third person I meet, and then hide for hours trying to get my energy back. I'm a barista, a nomad, a college grad. I'm a twentysomething getting lost and finding myself again. It's a little crazy, but I kinda like this thing called life.

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