The price of nostalgia

You know all that stuff you’re holding onto because “someone might need it one day”?

This is what happens to it. 

2 thoughts on “The price of nostalgia

    1. Tom Streeter Post author

      This was stuff from my father in law’s. A banker’s box marked (accurately) ‘Empty Envelopes’. Decades of ‘No-Till Farmer’. That he no longer has a subscription. This stuff wasn’t being enjoyed. It was literally moldering in boxes that hadn’t seen the sun for at least a decade.

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