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[Jul. 8th, 2006|01:22 am]
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What if I had just left all my luggage at baggage claim? Just got off the plane and kept walking. Maybe things would be better. I could start fresh. Buy new items. Not have to stress over the old and used. But then again, what if I missed it? What if after leaving it there alone in the airport I left like I had just abandonded a part of my life, a part of who I am. Sometimes I feel old and used, how would I feel if someone just abandonded me at the airport. Maybe they would offer to pick me up after my flight and then just never showed up. Then I would be lost baggage too. Or, what I had two suitcases, but really could only carry one? Should I just leave one behind, or wait for someones help? Maybe there would be noone to help me. New York isn't exactly the most friendly of places. I would feel guilty about leaving the other luggage behind, but maybe I would be happy with my one bag. I really don't think I am strong enough to carry both, but what else could I do with it? Perhaps I could donate it, but why would someone else want my used luggage? Most of its contents wouldn't mean anything to them. And, if I was to choose between the two, should I go with the older one or the newer one? I have become quite used to the new one, but the older one has more history to it, and I like history. I really should just choose one because I would have carry on luggage too, which I honestly could not give up, so one of the other bags must go. Its just so hard to decide which one...