Sooner or later, everything will end up at a thrift store. I'm here to prove it.
posted by Kristin @ 8:18 AM
Wow. Sounds like parts of her life were amputated as well.
It seems a bit sad - I mean, why get rid of pottery?
It is sad. I spoke with her, and she wanted to get rid of a lot of things because she had too many things already, and the less she had, the less she'd have to take care of, and could spend more time doing the things she'd like to. A lesson we could all learn from, I think.
"the less she had, the less she'd have to take care of, and could spend more time doing the things she'd like to" - there's a certain logic to this that appeals to me, and it's how I try to live. But I make exceptions :)
Clever too...I read the first line and then had to finish reading the whole ad. Sometimes we just have to know when enough is enough.
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