Do you feel crushed by the amount of waste building up in your household? I glanced around my house and realised that I had piles of junk. However I tend to do something about it. Over countless years, I have collected old furniture, books that are no longer readable, and shattered household items. They are in the attic and every room of the house. Most of it should have been thrown years ago as it can't be used or repaired or passed on. Splintered cupboards, smashed picture hangers, bits of mantelpieces, carpet, old brick and light fixtures all reside somewhere in my abode. |
Even an automated being would tremble at the sight of the sheer 'stuff' to be cleared. Building waste is a label that barely covers it. It is 20 years of my life but scrap that I do not want or need. Enough is enough. I need to do something about it. The thought of hiring a skip and putting it in front of the household is appealing. The organization will just place the skip where I commonly park my car. I then fill it up with what ever I want. There were some other options available nonetheless they seemed involved.
Help from the local council is problematical in that they collect only a certain amount at a time, and want advance booking and will charge for every collection but the first. This is pricey and frustration, as it involves too many rules and regulations.
There is also another business which closely resembles the council and that seems very strange. They charge more for the similar job and so whilst more convenient, cost the earth. Neither of these is a pick for me so I will stay with the first thought of hiring a skip. The price is a lot less and their rules and regulations are not so complicated. They will simply place the skip outside of my house and then collect a couple of days after. In the meantime I will fill it with every last drop of waste in my home. I look forward to it.
This, I will love! I will begin by clearing a garage and garden. There is an old, useless lawn mower that will be the first to go. After clearing these two areas, I will hit the cupboard under the stairs; unusable suitcases and a very old sewing machine are presently resting in there. I will go into the kitchen! Once the rooms are free of waste, I shall go to the top of the house into the roof. When we moved house, we placed a lot of items up there and forgot about them.
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