Time flies quickly.
As soon as they left, I started organizing Ah-chan's things.
Luckily her clothes were given to a (young) mother's circle.
Probably they will be used.
Her buggy was given to my friend who recently had a grand daughter.
She lives in next prefecture. She managed to take it and it was a good reason to see each other.
We haven't seen each other probably for 5 years.
I took many English kids books to a book café which deals with kids books.
I took some Japanese books for young mothers to a cook café which deals with adults books.
To tell the truth, I needed some efforts to find such people and place what try to use Ah-chan's things.
It would be easy to discard those things quickly on a garbage collecting day, however they had some sentimental value to me. I wanted to use them for someone.
The last thing is this try cycle.
I asked another friend, however she wanted to buy a new one for her grandson.
I understood her feeling.
I also asked some city facilities, but they didn't accept my donation.
Of course I tried to take it to a used shop, however it was too old to be accepted.
Now I'm thinking to donate it for a NPO to pay some money including sending fee.
Money and the thing are donation. It doesn't sound bad. -- though it costs higher than one I bought .