It’s been three weeks since I came back from my trip and the suitcase is still laying —unpacked— at the foot of my bed. True, I’ve been extremely busy with work and kids, friends and pala, but I must confess that there have been times when I could have gotten it done.
Whether you pack ahead or at the last minute like a normal person, you fill your suitcase with clean clothes and expectations. During the course of the trip, as your outfits get stained and adventures unfold, they entangled in your suitcase in a sweaty, untidy mess.
Once home from a trip, you’re supposed to unpack, throw your dirty gear in the the washing machine, dry it, fold it, and put it away. All clean. Back to normal. Like it never happened.
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