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The other night I stopped by the bakery to get a little something sweet (because my doctor has put the kibosh on large-sized sweets). The bill came to only $1.09, and I took the opportunity to rid myself of some pennies.
I’ve been writing this column a long time, and over the years I have learned to take notes when funny things happen in my house.
With the success of Marie Kondo’s new Netflix series on how to declutter/un-fire-hazard your home, I thought I should try tidying something. Kondo’s idea is that you can find zen if you only keep things that spark joy.
For Christmas this year, I wanted to make my daughter a little book of family Christmas photos, because she’s at college now but the family albums are still living at home.
15. Showing up to school and learning I have to take a final in a class I forgot I signed up for so I never went to it. I’m 56 years old and I still have this nightmare. In other recurring nightmares, I am being chased by a tornado, except I can’t stand up and I have to run on all fours, and…