Well, this will be a boring story, but you can rest easy that it's at least a short one.
I went to the gas station earlier tonight. My husband had asked me to pick up a pack of cigarettes for him while I was there. I myself smoked for seven years and haven't smoked for three years as of the 26th of this month. I'll never go back to smoking. My husband isn't even allowed to smoke in the house. My lovely daughter is the inspiration for that. However, I do cheat once or twice a year and have about half a cigarette. A strategy I wouldn't recommend for most former smokers, but it seems to work for me.
Anyway, when I got the cigarettes and headed out to the car, I decided I wanted to have one. My car doesn't have a cigarette lighter, only accessory outlets. So, you might be wondering how someone who hasn't smoked for three years lit a cigarette. The answer is that I still carry a lighter. I ALWAYS have one in my purse. I have no idea why. I just can't seem to stop carrying one even though I never use it.
The point of all of this is that we have a thread for clothing you can't throw out, so what about everything else? Anything you keep around that you don't really have a use for anymore, but you can't bear to part with?