Have you ever watched the show "American Pickers?" Seth and I watched an episode last night. Early this morning I had a similar episode in my head. In my mind I had a visitor who was rummaging through the memories I had stored away. As I was presented with each piece I was asked, "What's the story behind this?" Or "How much to take this off your hands?" My responses were as varied as the collectors and hoarders that meet with Frank and Mike every week. I heard myself responding with a soft voice inside my mind, "I couldn't part with that. It means to much to me." Or, "Sure, I'll sell that" and sometimes, "You can just have that. Here, let me help you load that on the van." Memories are one of the greatest treasures God gives us. They can be wonderful and they can be painful. Most of them are what YOU make them. The worst thing a person can do is create a painful memory for someone else. I sure hope the times in life I have done that to others are minimal.
I just recently rediscovered grandpas old safety razor. What a great way to shave. Best shave of ever had in my life. This is not the way to shave if you are one that is prone to get up late and rushed to work. Unless of course you like getting sympathy looks from your just recently rediscovered grandpas old safety razor. What a great way to shave. Best shave of ever had in my life. This is not the way to shave if you are one that is prone to get up late and rushed to work. Unless of course you like getting sympathy looks from your coworkers.
This is one of my favorite American traditions. A quick pizza. Just use a prefabricated pizza crust that you can buy in almost any grocery store, add a little sauce and mozzarella cheese. You know how to do the rest. It's one of our favorites here at studio 312 and in the Curtman household.