If you are the kind of person who unpacks your bag immediately after you return home from a trip, the title of this blog post probably didn't even register.
The thought, "She can't still have unpacking to do after being home over a week?" probably never even peeked into your brain because that concept would be completely foreign to your worldview.
If that is you. You might want to stop reading.
For those of you still with me, prepare yourselves to gain absolutely no redeeming value from reading further. My friend Sarah sometimes writes blog posts entitled "purely pointless."
That is pretty much what this is.
All this hype to confess, I am not unpacked after being home over a week.
My suitcases are empty and put away. I accomplished that task by Wednesday.
In case your worried, the clothing suitcase was unpacked and washed the next day; we would have been underwearless otherwise. Just the kind of information you are wanting to hear on a Monday morning I'm sure.
Back to my point, or non-point if you'd prefer, I'm still living out of my toiletry bag.
I think it has to do with bathrooms.
I don't like cleaning them.
Kory tells me if I'd quit procrastinating I could have them cleaned in 10 minutes.
The same would hold true for unpacking my toiletries (which reside in the bathroom in case you were wondering about the connection).
And still they sit, because, well, I'm disciplined like that.
Maybe today will be the day I can officially say I am unpacked.
Maybe I'm blogging about this to give my self that extra boost of motivation.
Maybe the end result will not be purely pointless because I will actually follow through and unpack.
Maybe this will only be purely pointless for those of you still reading.
And if you are still reading,
I'm curious... What kind of an unpacker are you?