The last time I was in a Good Will when I was back in college in desperate need of 70s attire for a sorority party. Note, nothing against Good Will, just I wasn't a fan of 70s clothing when I was little so having to scrounge for it in the 90s wasn't ideal.
But, as my boyfriend says, all the bags of clothing in the back of the car as I try to catch the Salvation Army or Good will isn't "good will" if I'm still driving around with it 3 months later. I know, I know there are those bins but they are usually full. And leaving stuff outside even in trash bags so nothing gets dirty in the bins seems counterproductive.
Fast forward and I discovered a Good Will Store on my way to work. Fancy displays in the windows and it included a donation center. Inside looked like a department store featuring a wide range of men, women's and children's clothing, house wares, books, DVDs, accessories, etc. Including suits and cocktail dresses!Seriously, I could have used that during the 18 month stretch of 26 weddings. Since those dresses are still expensive even if the bride isn't picking your attire. I digress.
More importantly, a packed parking lot meant people were utilizing or contributing to its services. Needless to say, I feel productive since the car is now empty and hopefully, the clothes I dropped off will find a good home. Now to tackle the rest of my weekend to do list!