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Decluttering Question 1

Decluttering Question 1

yogurt cups broken belts and ceiling fans jars with nice lids and flower pots stacked higher than a man old tires, extra insulation a marble slab and splintered chairs dusty, dirty, beyond repair everywhere Is this easily replaced if I need it later?  Growing up, we...
Items 201-300

Items 201-300

Items 201-300 or art for joy’s sake Scraps of paper litter the streambed of her childhood, each a pebble dropped. An instant ripples ) ) and then she’s rushing on, hair a frothy tangle, wide-grinned and joy bubbling I find it really hard to get rid of Miss...
Items 101-200

Items 101-200

Items 101-200, or auditory luxury 100 years later I really like old things. Pung Chow faded and worn little arts and 100 years to hold. I got two copies of the Adele CD one year for Christmas. I encountered one of them, unopened and way past returning, during this...
Items 1-100

Items 1-100

Items 1-100, or the tenacity of the many tentacled things Isn’t it curious how things can sink themselves in so deep that we can no longer see them for what they are? They stake a claim on the territory they occupy and then they hunker down, confident in their ability...