Clothes in cuts of shirts, pants, coats, jackets, sweaters, blouses, nightgowns and robes. Not
underwear or bras – throw these out. There’s too much of her in them to give someone else. Shoes in boots, sneakers, pumps, sandals, slippers. But not socks – sweat from her small feet remains.
Clutches, wallets, purses, totes, umbrellas worn through from shade. Lawn chairs from 1972,
a white elephant gift from her last office Christmas party. The machine she …