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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Employees headed to hooches...

Items you might want to include in your consumables shipment...

Soup mixes/cans
Any speciality food items you like, Thai Mexican, Indian...
Tea, coffee, coffee filter
Crackers and snack food
Laundry soap, dryer sheets, bleach, spot remover
Towels and washclothes
Bedding (beds are twin size), pillows
Small pastic container with drawers
Clorox wipes
Bath soap
Swiffer wet/dry ones (for the kitchen floors)
Small pastic bags (for the wastebaskets)
Dust cloths (it is very dusty and dirty)
Good quality air purifier and humidifier
Shampoo, conditioner, hair spray, hair color
Cosmetics you like...very little available, even the basics like mascara
Toothpaste, mouthwash
Contacts and lens cleaners, Visine
Calendars, family photos
Holiday decorations, birthday candles
Greeting cards
Any hobby items that you want to work on (in moments you have some free time)
Toilet paper, Kleenex, paper towels, napkins
220 Volt Coffee Pot, Tea Kettle
Bed risers to maximize storage under the bed (you can buy these at Bed, Bath and Beyond)
Dishes (if you don't want to eat off paper plates), flatware, glasses, mugs, plastic storage bowls with lids
Adaptors, batteries
Small stereo system
Hooches are provided with TV/DVD, microwave, small refrigerators, telephone and shower curtain

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