Good-bye: One “Pump in Style” breast pump: $40. One Fisher Price wagon: $20. A live trap for “rabbits and small creatures”: $20. (Sorry to make you drive from Pinecrest, but it’s not big enough for raccoons). The Maytag washer is older than I thought. Marked down from $75 to 50, but the antique “Suds Saver” feature could come in handy! One glider rocker and slightly-stained ottoman: $45. Yes, it can easily be re-covered. A pee-green (no, not pea) micro-fibre-what-were-we-thinking reading chair: Please, take it.
Getting rid of junk while the family’s away at a cottage for the weekend: Priceless.