This morning I said to Moffett, “You know, we don’t need all those Pyrex/Corning Ware dishes/casseroles. Let’s get rid of some.”
Instead of just removing the stuff we discussed, I emptied the entire cabinet.
(As you read this, remember that we ended up with a bunch of dad’s stuff. That was several years ago. This is still stupid.)
And have now decided that we also don’t need:
Six pie plates
I don’t make pies. I don’t know what we’re doing with six pie plates.
Several, many, lidded casserole dishes
We couldn’t use all of these in a week, even if we tried.
(The green one was a wedding present – 40+ years ago)
Two angel food cake/tube pans and one bundt pan.
A whole bunch of cake pans
I cannot tell you the last time I made a large, round cake.
The heart shaped pans came from Moffett’s mom. I don’t think I’ve ever used them.
And this corner cabinet is really pretty useless. It was amazing what I found back there in the corner. And obviously, we haven’t used souffle dishes in quite some time!
And now, there is new shelf paper in both cabinets and boxes of stuff to take to our local St. Vincent DePaul.
One more small step in our GIANT need to “keep on downsizing!”