I was about to toss her out as part of my never ending, difficult decluttering. But as usual, although I know she is neither useful nor valuable stashed in a trunk with other childhood toys, I just couldn’t put her in the trash.
She wasn’t even my favorite toy. And she is in such a frayed condition it’s not likely that she has monetary value. I’m also not famous so she doesn’t have historic value either. So why can’t I just pitch this space-sucking remnant of the past?
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4 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Fray”
What a beautiful group of photos for the theme! I have a Reggedy Ann in very similar condition; can’t part with her either! Sentimental us! ~SueBee
Thank you! And thank goodness I’m not the only sentimental one out here with childhood collections. 🙂
Did you ever stop to think about how many Raggedy Anns must be out there in landfills everywhere LOL???? SOO popular back in the day ! I think it’s cute that you won’t throw here. I still remember the children’s book where the toys came alive at night and ann and andy were among the evil leaders of the pack. don’t take a chance on tossing her!!!!
Now, I’m scared to toss her out! I don’t want her making her way back like a Chucky doll. Haha!