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A friend's wedding ceremony was held on the roof of a museum. The museum gave all guests a very soft blanket with it's logo.
 

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Hair styling products a friend doesn't use.

Four cookbooks from the recycling station's free things area. It's unfortunately illegal to take other people's things at the recycling station unless it's donated in a separate area. So much useful stuff is just burned as trash.
 

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Wow, Tine. That would be painful. You wouldn't believe the nice stuff we've pulled out of recycle and off trash heaps. We can salvage anything as long as we sign a waiver of liability, so we can't sue our county if we get hurt salvaging something. Glad you got the cookbooks.
 

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well free stuff but from sad occasion of mils passing... some food like pb and cookies and apples. a pantry cupboard. some costume jewelry vintage rhinestones sets. keeping somethings for kids like her cedar chest. will keep some xmas decorations too. have a lot of pictures etc too to go though.
 

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forgot to add we got about a dozen bars of soap irish spring and ivory. could have taken more food ..canned goods but didn't want it. don't know how it was kept and to go though the exp dates.
 

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A cool wooden "cookbook holder" - like a small shelf/bookends with two small drawers in it. I am using it on my desk.
 
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