I'm in Purge-a-tory. Won't You Join Me?

No doubt my blog entries for the foreseeable future will largely focus on my upcoming PCS move. Oh, lucky you.... Currently, I find myself in the Purge-a-tory stage. It's not much fun. I'll be dragging you along for the train wreck, too. Let's both just try and make the most of it, shall we?

This week's installment of Purge-a-tory follows:

I love to keep a nice little basket of things in my guest bath for overnight guests. If you stay overnight with me and forgot a toiletry, there is no need to fret. No need at all. I've got just about anything you might need all in your very own private grab bag of toiletries. Soap (in many manly and not-so-manly varieties), razors, shaving creme, toothbrushes, night cream, bath bombs, towelettes, dental floss, curling iron, mints (yes, mints) bubble bath... You name it, it's there.

I always thought this was such a cute little individual-sized mouthwash for guests who feel the need to freshen their breath, or kill that nasty gingivitis that is known to attack the mouth late at night.


I've had three in the basket for a long time now. Hum, wonder why nobody took the bait. I mean, really, who wouldn't want to travel with this fresh little fella? 


Mystery Solved! Expired in 2006....

And I just know when a guest pulls or strains a muscle while reaching across the dinner table for something scrumptious I've made (don't say it AWTM), or participating in all the fun activities I've planned for them, this will make them feel better.


Or not:


Another mystery solved. Yeah.

I'm thinking I must have been in a fog in 2006. My apologies to guests who have stayed with me since.

Now if you'll excuse me, I must check all labels for expiration dates. Do toothbrushes ever expire? More to follow (I'm sure). Purge-a-tory ain't all it's cracked up to be, folks...... Remove the "e" and there you have it....

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