Junk, Junk, Junk

The other day at a studio job, the tech guy mentioned that my backpack looked heavy. I handed it to him so he could heft it and said, “It is a little heavy. Remember that I’m freelance. I don’t have an office, so I have to bring whatever I think I might need.” So I decided to conduct a scientific excavation of the backpack and discovered the following:

phone, camera, ti8ssues, appointment book, wallet, toothbrush, toothpaste, assorted pens (refills for red), nail clipper, scarf, granny glasses, water bottle, bankbook, comb name stamp, mints, keys, train pass, company ID, hand towel, eye drops, chapstick, data stick, ponytail holder, business cards and throat lozenges.
phone, camera, tissues, wallet, toothbrush, toothpaste, assorted pens (refills for red), nail clipper, scarf, granny glasses, water bottle, notebook, bankbook, appointment book, comb, name stamp, mints, keys, train pass, company ID, hand towel, eye drops, chapstick, data stick, ponytail holder, business cards and throat lozenges BUT no cigarettes, no lighters and no ashtrays

And that’s just the everyday collection. It doesn’t include my laptop or whatever specific junk may be required for that day’s job(s) and perhaps some gym wear tossed in for fun.

I think someone needs to feng shui my backpack. It probably wouldn’t hurt to take a swipe at my brain as well.

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9 thoughts on “Junk, Junk, Junk”

      1. Thanks! Two months, if you can believe it. Doctor visit today–she said it’s OK to stop taking the meds. I was having unpleasant side effects. I’m still dizzy and dopey. How long does that last?

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