Every Letter

As I write these liner notes, my family and I are in the process of packing things up preparing to put our house on the market. This exercise makes me keenly aware of how much stuff we fill our lives with. The memorabilia is great – I’m glad to have a record of the major events that have comprised my life and the lives of the people I love most dearly. But it all tends to get stuffed away, its sole purpose being to stimulate that proverbial “walk down memory lane” once every few years. Maybe those walks will become more frequent as I get older and have more time. But maybe not. And what happens to all that stuff when I’m gone? Will anyone rummage through my boxes? Will they do it more than once? And what happens when those people are gone too? Will anybody care? Is anybody reading this right now? Is anybody listening?

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