Thursday, January 3, 2013

Time In A Pocket


     Now that winter is actually approaching Florida (it's sixty degrees out..BRRR!) and the palm trees might be threatened by frostbite, I pulled out the winter clothes from the attic. Inside the trunk I found an old, leather jacket from my early mommy days. As I tried it on (and noticed it was a bit snug at the waist), I slipped my hands into the pockets and discovered unidentified objects from years past. My fingers delved into the deep depths of the unknown for hidden treasure, and this is what I found:

* One lint coated breath mint

* A faded receipt from a Star Trek convention along with one rubber Spock ear

* Fossilized stick of gum from 2001

* A key to a piece-of-crap minivan I unloaded 10 years ago

* Wadded-up tissue that had disintegrated into a pile of white ash

* A used strand of floss from a steak house

* An unwrapped tampon that had swelled up to the size of an airline pillow

* A clump of moss

* An uncapped, hairy stick of lip balm

* A petrified granola bar

* Ticket stubs to an outdoor concert where the Hubs got smashed and stumbled into the ladies room

* A champagne cork and two sea shells from a night of celebrating on the beach when we...well, you know...

* An arm from a Batman action figure

* A scrap of paper with a phone number to a turtle taxidermy shop

* Two quarters, a Heineken beer bottle cap and a baby's pacifier (sounds like a party to me!)

* A Barbie doll head. No comment.

* A cocktail napkin from Al and Suzy's wedding...the party lasted
longer than the marriage

* A matchbook from a hotel in Orlando where the fire alarm went off at 3:00 a.m. and we were herded like cattle out into the parking lot.  I learned that people at that hour of the morning look like they belong in a circus act or an episode of Swamp People


     After much consideration,  I decided to leave the contents in the pockets---it was a time capsule of sorts. One day my kids will inherit the jacket and wonder about the contents. I like to keep them guessing.


157 comments:

  1. I've unearthed an old jacket a few times and usually find a tube of lip gloss and a kleenex. You found real treasure there! What I'm really super jealous about is the fact that you got to go to a Star Trek convention! :-D

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    1. I had a secret crush on Spock when I was a kid.....

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  2. Darn, no bills. Every time I take out a new jacket I cross my fingers and pray for a $100 bill! I love that you're going to leave it all there, let those kids wonder!

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    2. i wish there was money in my pockets!

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  3. A perv might really get off on that tampon.

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    1. Gross but true!! Now I'm haunted but the visual.....

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  4. lol.love the # to a turtle taxidermist. And that coat as big pockets. I know the batman limbs well...Happy new year dear friend.

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    1. I like deep pockets...Happy New Year to you, too!

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  5. haha love this. It's amazing what you can find. :)

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  6. Hilarious post! It was 18 degrees here this morning cold, until that first hotflash! Sounds like you found a treasure trove inside your pockets too!

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    1. And I LOVE treasures....just no money with this one.....or gold coins.....

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  7. Now, that's funny stuff right there :)

    www.judyfromtheblock.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Judy! You're new here, right? So happy to have you---glad you liked the post and hope you come back for more!

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  8. I was already a FB fan, but now am following via GFC & Pinterest. Found you via Thumping Thursdays. Diana

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  9. I'm impressed you can remember whose arm it is.

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    1. Easy---it was the weird Batman that came out many years ago--he was yellow and black. Otherwise, not a chance in hell I'd know what it was!!!

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  10. Very interesting finds in the coat pockets.

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    1. Sort of like a forgotten treasure---not worth any money but the memories...priceless!

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  11. The only thing that concerns me is the number to the turtle taxidermist! lol

    I usually find money and chapstick. :)

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    1. You'd be surprised if you knew what other phone numbers I find in my coat pockets...haha just kidding! I'll take money any day over weird phone numbers.

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  12. Okay... The phone number to a "Turtle Taxidermist???" I have to know more about this...

    I have to tell you though, My father was a hoarder, a real one. His house was filled from floor to ceiling with... Stuff. There were literally just narrow paths through the house betwixed the stuff. His coat rack ran the length of the hallway that led from the living room to the bed rooms. It was so full of jackets and coats you had to turn sideways to get down the hallway. There were probably 50 to 60 coats. Going through all the pockets was both fun and maddening. He liked to call himself "prepared", and every coat was stocked and ready to put on and go. Every single coat had in it's pockets, a note pad and pen, breath mints, lip balm, a lighter or matches, a package of tissues, water purification tablets, a pocket knife. And on top of all that each jacket had a selection of it's own contents depending on the purpose of the jacket. It really was kind of like some demented treasure hunt. We laughed, we cried, and at times we just said WTF... And that was just his coats.

    Thanks for the laugh. I needed that. I will not however be needing any pens, pencils, notepads, lighters, pocket knives, or water purification tablets for the rest of my life.



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    1. OMG Jon, this is priceless! You have GOT to write a blog post about this!!! I can just see it now! I do have one question, though--after your father passed away, who had to clear out all his stuff?? That must have been...incredible. We really do need to explore this further....and BTW, do you have a pen I can borrow? LOL sorry--I couldn't resist!!!

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  13. Had me cracking up as always! The last jacket I found (while moving) I found a nice stick of blue eye liner and pink glitter lip gloss... I didn't know whether to laugh or cry that I use to wear that. I wont however disclose how long ago those were popular colors to wear ;)

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    1. I think I know the answer to that but I won't say what it is.....

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  14. How Funny! Does FL have a winter??
    Thank you for stopping by the Thumping Thursdays Blog Hop.

    Karina
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    1. If you call 60 degrees a winter. Wait--it did get down to 45 one night last year--does that count?

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  15. Ha!!! As Forrest Gump's Mom said... Oh, nevermind.

    Enjoyed... Take care, Slu

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  16. Treasures in the pockets! :) Amazing what we keep in the pockets, isn't it? I try my best to remember to empty pockets before I put coats etc away. Remember I found 100RS (that's about $3,40) in a shirt pocket, just before the shirt went into the washing machine! And I was disappointed I didn't found more... :) I've been to FL years ago, but never thought that it gets that cold there... must be the Northern part though?

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    1. I live in the very southern part but sometimes we get a bit of a cold snap. It actually snowed here once back in the 1970's...uh-oh I am really showing my age now....

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  17. Hi! I’m your newest follower on Facebook. Please stop by and say hi when you have a chance. I'm also hosting a blog hop - if you would like to join us :) Hope you're having an awesome week.

    April from:
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  18. Those are some deep pockets you have in that jacket. I couldn't stop laughing ant more than half of the stuff you found in there. I love the idea of you saving that jacket as a time capsule of sorts.

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  19. I wish winter was just approaching here! It's been cold for a couple months now where I'm at :(

    Sabrina
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  20. Each year add a wrapped gift to the pockets with a coy note, something else for the kids to open one day.

    You must have had some good times since you found so many objects attached to lovely memories too. Can you imagine the shock if you had given the jacket to someone who then found a bloated tampon inside? ha ha ha ha
    Great post.

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    1. They would have discovered all my deep dark secrets!! But I love your idea of a wrapped gift in the pockets--a tiny one, that is....

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  21. Wow! Who knew that much stuff could fit inside jacket pockets?

    I love that you will leave the jacket to your kids as a time capsule or memento. Just be sure to ditch the stuff that can mold, like that old mint. :)

    Cheers,
    Kristina

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    1. I like deep pockets and I cannot lie....yeah, I need to ditch that fuzzy mint!

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  22. Hey! I am stopping by from the blog hop! I hope you are having a great day! I love your blog, its so cute & Pink!!! I am your newest follower, if you get a min. stop by and follow me back:)

    Happy Friday,
    Chelsee @ Southern Beauty Guide
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  23. I may need to visit FL again soon...try zero for temps. Talk about freezing your butt off!

    Thanks for linking up with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party :))
    Have a great weekend!

    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

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    1. Zero temps??? Where do you live--Alaska?? Yikes! I like cold weather but that's a bit much even for me!

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  24. Oh that made me laugh out loud. I pulled an old purse out of the closet the other day and proceeded to let me six year old eat a piece of gum out of it. I was thinking, how bad could gum turn? By the look on his face, pretty bad. He ran to the trash can and spit it out. Good to know.....

    Found you from the More Than Mommies Mixer.

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    1. Oh this is too funny! You should write a post about that! I wrote one last year called "Old Bag", about this very experience. When you find an old purse or jacket and find the stuff inside, it really is like a time capsule! Thanks and welcome to my site, Trish. I'll be sure to stop by and check out your blog!

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  25. No wonder it was snug in the waist...those pockets were stuffed to the gills! By the way the thermometer reads 28 degrees here this morning with a windchill that make it feel like 15 degrees. BRRRRRR. Thank you for linking up with us once again at the MTMmixer. As usual--your blog does not disappoint! Lots of fun! Happy 2013!

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    1. Awww thanks, Janene! I love participating in your blog hop!

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  26. Oh my gosh! We are soul sistas! I literally just did this with my winter coat last night. It was SO cold here and, lo and behold, I found some cold, hard cash that amounted to 7 dollars! Yay, me! I have to say, though, that you found a lot more stuff than me! :)

    I FINALLY got around to adding you to my blog roll. I don't know why it took so long. It was so easy to do. It's just that I always assume that anything having to do with computers will take forever!!

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    1. Hey Soul Sista from another Mista! You crack me up. Lucky you to find money. I just get hairy breath mints. Thank you for adding me to your blog roll. I officially love you now <3

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  27. This is mildly depressing... I thought that my the time my kids reach a certain age, I'd reclaim my pockets. No? They will forever be filled with the debris of life?

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    1. God I love that--"debris of life". Why didn't I think of that? But yeah, be prepared for every old jacket and purse to be filled with mini time capsules!

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  28. It was 8 degrees this morning!! I could have used that coat! I must hear about the turtle taxidermist. As for the enlarged tampon and batman arm? Yeah, I know right where you were in life. All I'm left with now is a dryer sheet for static and a Lorazepam.

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    1. I'll trade you that Lorazepan for the rubber Spock ear!

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  29. Hi there - new follower from the blog hop! Love your blog and can't wait to read more! Happy New Year! www.mendezmanor.com

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  30. Lmaorotf............
    This is like a post I did once on what I found in my purse.....
    hmmm - think I'll repost that one!
    You're too funny
    XOX

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    1. I did a funny one last year about my purse too, called, "Old Bag". Then I came across this jacket and, well, it just HAD to be written!

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  31. Found you from the Pretty Little Inspirations hop, and have decided I MUST follow you! You have a way with words - who would've thought the contents of jacket pockets could be so entertaining!

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    1. If you think my jacket is entertaining, you should see what is in some of my old purses haha!

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  32. loved how u ended it.. he he..
    megha
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  33. This was hilarious!! I died when you wrote the tampon had swelled to the size of an airline pillow bwahahaha! Too funny, only you could make discovering an old leather jacket this funny.

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    1. Awww thanks, Shawn! You made my day by saying this!

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  34. Great post: I like these photos so much!!
    What about following each other?
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  35. Hi, I just love your blog title and blog! I'm visiting for the Fun Friday Blog-hop, and am happy to have found your fresh and lovely blog!!! My sons are approaching teenagers, and I'm getting closer to menopause ~ and feeling good about having the age I have now :-) I look forward of reading your posts,
    Nina from Denmark
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    1. So happy to see you here! Even happier to hear that you are enjoying your middle age years!

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  36. That's too cool! Like a surprise time capsule. Those must be some DEEP pockets Marcia Poppins!!

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    1. Haha I love that--it should be my new nickname--Marcia Poppins!

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  37. I typically leave stuff in my Christmas stocking so I can be surprised the next holidays. Aloha from the Aloha Friday hop! Esther Norine Designs

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  38. Wow! I wish I was there at the Star Trek convention. what a lovely wistful trip down the pocket...

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  39. Thank you that follow my blog!!! I follow you back!
    I'm following you right now on Google Friend Connect & FB!!!
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  40. Ha! Love it. I am usually thrilled to find a chapstick or a dollar bill, but all this stuff would make for a very cool time capsule indeed. Definitely save it! And thanks for linking up with the #MTMmixer.

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    1. I'd love to have found money in there but that never happens to me.....

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  41. Hey it was kind of touchy to read this blog.. Time flies away v.fast. Isn't it?? And we are just left wid the memories.... which are worth cherishing.. :)
    Even I find my childhood stuff sometime in some corner of my house, and i can understand how it feels. They are realy priceless.

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    1. In some ways it is sad--a reminder of my youth and days gone by when my kids were so little. But the moments also made me laugh and realize what a rich life I have had!

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  42. Isn't it amazing what we can find in our pockets and purses from years ago... I have had similar objects but not soo many, lol :)

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    1. I'm a hoarder of sorts when it comes to pockets and old purses....

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  43. Haha, that's very funny--esp. about the tampon. I hate when that happens! Your "time capsule" sounds a helluva lot more interesting than mine would be. All I ever find in my pockets are lint and used tissues. Happy New Year!

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    1. I'm still hoping to find a winning lotto ticket...you ever know.....

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  44. Just stopping by and following from the Aloha blog hop. That is too funny. Last winter I put on my jacket to find a my daughter's camera. We had been fussing at her for losing it that whole year. oops:)

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    1. Makes you feel kinda bad when that happens, doesn't it? Been there done that!

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  46. Wow, your pockets are really that deep, I never use mine :-) Love your blog!

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    1. As you can see, I HAVE to have deep pockets or large purses because I'm a pack rat!

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  47. It sounds like you have a fun house over there. :)

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    1. We certainly do--never a dull moment at the Doyle house!

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  48. Hahaha...too funny! I agree, leave it for the kids! Thanks so much for stopping by and following...following you back. Looking forward to reading more! Have an awesome week!

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  49. If I found my mom's old jacket and found those things I'd have dozens of questions. The first of which would be 'where has this thing been?'

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    1. Maybe it was hidden for a reason...ya never know....

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  50. Please consider removing some of the things from the "time capsule." Looking closely at all those items, I have a feeling that they might combine together and turn into a slimy, scary swamp man after a few more years!

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  51. You're so funny :)
    New follower from blog hop , come to my blog sometimes :)
    Noor @ Noor's Place

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  52. Hi. We would love to feature you on tomorrow's Thumping Thursdays Blog Hop. Thank you for linking up, following along and posting our badge on your blog.

    Karina
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  53. Loving the leather jacket!!! And your blogs name is genius.

    Great blog; You've got yourself a new follower. :)

    STAY AWESOME xxx Pauline
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  54. WOW, those must have been some deep pockets! LOL


    Kathy
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    1. Very deep. And I have hoarding tendencies....

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  55. Impressive!! Love this post. Can't believe you found that much in your pockets!! LOL

    Emily
    ohthatemily.com

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  56. I don't know about you, but I get SO excited when I find money hidden in an old coat! lol Man, 60 degrees, must be ROUGH... sense the sarcasm? lol It's a balmy 20 degrees here in MN hehe

    Stopping by to return the favor, thanks for linking up with the GFC Collective :)

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    1. I would turn into a human popsicle if I lived in MN!!

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  57. I used to live in Florida! My father had a stroke in Sept. and my daughter and I had to search Miami for winter clothing so we could go and visit and not freeze in Texas!

    I am co-hosting the GYB hop and I wanted to stop by and follow you! Look forward to seeing what you are up to!

    Cynthia at http://FeedingBig.com

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  58. following fron the Friday Chaos blog hop. funny blog post, I enjoyed it.

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  59. Wow, if you only knew:) It has been 5 to 10 degrees below zero here in Utah...sooooo miserably cold, I am jeaous of your florida "cold" :) I found you on the hop and I am your newest follower, please check out my blog sometime and feel free to follow back if you'd like :)
    http://willyousignmyyearbook.blogspot.com/

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    1. Oh my gosh I cannot even imagine how cold that must be! Last time I was in that kind of weather was 19 years ago on a winter trip to Montana. Brrrr!!!

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  60. I would trade that 60 degrees with our 20-30's here in Indiana :)

    Thank you for linking up with Fun Friday & for following me, followed you back :)

    see you next friday! huggies***
    rea
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  61. Came here after a long time, MM and thoroughly enjoyed myself!:)
    OMG!...you found so many things in the pocket..?? Normally these are the things I find inside my purses ( that is, if ever i try to clean it) hahaha...

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  65. Love treasure hunts like that. So awesome!

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    1. It's always fun to find a bit of nostalgia inside a pocket or a purse!

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  66. only 2 quarters? Where's all the riches woman? i love that you've decided to leave it all there though....too funny..
    Thanks for being a continuous Hooker :)

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  67. I was thinking your pockets sounded like the pockets of a five-year old boy and began to worry that you'd find a frog you stashed there years ago. Glad I was wrong.

    Love the time capsule. Especially the Spock ear, as I'm a bit of a Trekkie. Sounds like that jacket had a great life!

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    1. It sure did! I love finding old momentos in purses and jackets like that!

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  68. Too funny! I always find stuff in my jacket pockets the following season. My big find was a $20 bill one year. Totally made my day! My son was once going through old backpacks to find one for himself (third child always gets hand-me-downs) and found quite a lovely surprise...a dead mouse! Needless to say, that backpack got thrown away!

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  69. Happy SITS day Marcia! Hope you are having fun.. I find all sorts of odd pieces and ends in my purse.. I hate to clean up my purse time to time so things I find in there sometimes are like puzzles for me to solve :)

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    1. I know, right? You try to remember what they are from--but that is what makes it so fun!!

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  70. That's a lot of stuff to find in a jacket pocket! Too funny.

    p.s. If it were 60 degrees in January in Maine, we'd be outside in shorts!

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  71. My pockets are the purses of the past. Thanks for the cute post. Enjoy your SITS Day.

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  72. That's awesome! I usually find tissues or a $5 bill. Sometimes I leave the money there on purpose just to surprise myself later!!

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  73. As a professional organizer, I spend my days discovering hidden treasures. The clump of moss is unique though! Love it.

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  74. Are you seriously telling the truth? I mean, that is freaking CRAZY!!! I just love those items!! Those pockets must have been STUFFED!!! I love the idea of leaving for your kiddos the "treasures" and keep them guessing!!!

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    1. I seriously do that--just leave the stuff there for another year so I can look at it again and laugh!

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  75. Whew! The bottomless pockets. I usually only find soggy tissue, my eyeglass cloth, a few coins, and maybe some lipgloss. Enjoy your SITS Day!

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  76. Wow, that is,an exlectic mix of stuff. I've foumd strange things like that in my purse. I'm Jennice visiting from SITS!!!

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  77. What a great story. I love how you left your memories here - so maybe when your future children are curious they'll find this blog entry and weave it all together.... So fun!

    Glad to be here on your SITS day!!

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