Sorting out the family heirlooms

31 Mar

Well, not the heirlooms really. We don’t really have any heirlooms. But today, my parents, my siblings, and I are gathering to determine who wants what furniture of the furniture my parents aren’t taking with them when they move.

This could be interesting.

I really only want one thing. And it’s not even a valuable piece of furniture – it’s just a nice TV stand, which I’ll need when I move. But I’m certainly not tied to it, so I won’t fight too much.

I’m curious how my siblings will be with this process. Will we all be adults and negotiate and concede? Or will we be like we were when we were little and argue about things?

Luckily, I have a dance lesson this afternoon, so I have an automatic out. “Oh sorry, gotta run!”

Then it’s pizza, drinks, and movies with NA at her place. Which will be a great way to destress, if that’s what’s needed after the furniture sorting.

Mantra for today: Breathe and hang in there.

5 Responses to “Sorting out the family heirlooms”

  1. Marsha March 31, 2012 at 9:49 am #

    Good luck with this. I don’t really want any of the stuff in my mom’s house, but I think she THINKS I should want it all!!!

    • The Reinvented Lass March 31, 2012 at 10:37 am #

      I know. I’m a bit afraid of what my mom will do if no one wants the stuff.

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