Packing Twist

Getting ready to go home is slightly different when you stay in a serviced apartment during a trip.

Empty Suitcase, Packing, packing formula, Trip, TravelI actually removed everything from my suitcase during the trip and distributed the items among the shelves and drawers of my closet. I usually live out of the suitcase.

Peanut Butter, bread, crackers, timtamsI also have to decide what leftover food I can pack and what to eat or throw away.

This is usually just a home issue when I determine what perishables I must eat before I leave on a trip.

Since I have been eating breakfast and a few other meals at the apartment I have some of the same decisions to make.

I will not quite eat all the bread, but will throw away the last bit. At home it would go into the freezer.

The peanut butter will simply go in my suitcase as I don’t want to waste any of it.

The few TimTams will be eaten and the crackers have already been placed in a small zip bag and are in my carry on.

Fridge, Refrigerator, Yoghurt, Jam, Butter, Cheese

Now for the remaining contents of the refrigerator. My last yoghurt will be eaten for breakfast along with the last pieces of yummy Australian cheese. I will also use the last little bit of Strawberry Jam on my toast in the morning. I will not have used all the butter, and it will be left behind.

Left over milk, milk for breakfast, Full Cream Milk, AustralianI can easily finish off the last bit of Australian Full Cream Milk in the morning.

Peppermint Magnum, Magnum Bars, Australian Magnum, Ice CreamThe only think left in the freezer was a Peppermint Magnum Bar, so I just had an after Bible study snack.

Now to finish just a little bit more packing so I don’t have much to do in the morning and I am ready for my last night of sleep for the trip.

Tomorrow will be a very long day with 39 hours from midnight to midnight.



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