How is the New Year treating everyone? Many heartfelt thanks for your lovely, beautiful, and witty posts last week. The rest point in my week to view and read your fun posts!
Really need to keep my thoughts off the current mess in this country.
I know God will work this out, but I have to keep my attention on what He will do, and forgive the ones who want this to become a lawless and communistic country.
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The moves last year made me think a great deal about the value of things. What makes it worth keeping one object, and when do I decide to bring something to the Goodwill store?
I really don’t “need” many of the things I keep. Many things I keep because of convenience.
For example, I whittled down my skillets to 3:
small, a little bigger, a huge one with a waffle iron bottom.
Then I first bought another huge one, where a whole meal
fits in, and after another month one for meat,
because the huge one was too big.
A better sounding reason would be: is it functional? Since last winter we had at least 5 power outages, and have used my Dutch hand crank coffee mill 5 times!
The most compelling reason how much value anything you and society to keep or abandon, you may guess, is because of the connection to the experience of an event or relationship, or emotions.
A cool Steam machine that now only runs at particular times
Santa Fe wagons trailing behind
A view of looking through to the future.
Who knows I need this again?
The rural community is creative in thinking about how
to make money. They tend to keep everything,
but it has to do with their inventiveness in business.
This one has new and used items.
Do I throw or give away, because several to my set
are missing or broken? Will I go for an instant fix,
and/or be fashionable?
Are there items you absolutely will not give away,
and will keep for the rest of your life?
I have some paintings and jewelry in this category.
How about you?
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