O、stuffIn her bedroom I find 36. ____ socks under her bed and 37.____ pants on the 38. ____ floor. Desk drawers are filled with school papers, filed by year and subject. I catch myself reading through poems and essays, admiring high scores on tests and reading her name, printed or typed neatly in the upper right-hand corner of each paper. I pack the desk contents into a box. Six months, I think. I will give her six months to collect her belongings, and then I will throw them all away. That is fair. Grown-ups pay for storage.I have to pause at the books. 39.____books, teen40.____, 41.____novels, 42.____novels, and textbooks. A lifetime of reading; each book 43. ____. I want to be practical, to 44.____ them in paper sacks for the used bookstore. But I love books as much as she does, so I 45.____ them onto a single bookshelf to deal with later.