Monday, January 17, 2011

Panic Set In

I was day dreaming in the office which turned into a "day"mare. I was thinking of my Arthur Court grape server ware collection. I've been collecting this pattern since my early 20's. I've acquired numerous pieces since then, each kept in it's orignal box and taken out any time there is an anniversary, wedding, bridal shower, baby shower or just because company is coming. Some pieces are out all the time because they are a "pretty" and fit the bill.

Now, the panic set in because who will these go to when I die? Who will want them? What will they do with them? I guess the panic is because there is no one to leave them too unless I out live my mother or if I have a husband by then and he turns gay. After panicking about Arthur I began to panic about Noritake Chandon Platinum place settings, all 14 of them. Same situation you see?

"You can take my silver server ware when you pry it from my cold, dead fingers".

*sigh*

5 comments:

UBERMOUTH said...

LMFAO@ if you have a husband by then and he turns gay.
You can leave your loot to me.
Problem solved.

The Bug said...

I feel the same way about my stuff - no kids. I do have nephews & a niece, but I'm pretty sure they could care less about my photo albums. Which is why I stopped putting them together. My blog is my legacy! Man that's sad. Sigh.

On the other hand, I feel total freedom to use & abuse my stuff however I want.

KittyCat said...

my sister and I have already gone thru my moms stuff at her house and marked our name on the back of things that we want. This way when she does die, we have already divided things up.
no arguing.

The Savage said...

There, there... There, there...

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