The Junk Drawer Of My Mind

Liz West Creative Commons

We all have one, a junk drawer. It might be a literal drawer or a large handbag, or a glove compartment in your car. It might be the memory of one-perhaps your mom had one in the kitchen or your aunt had one in her sewing room. Your aunt’s, well my aunt in particular, probably had some kind of treat in it like a Brach’s butterscotch candy or Doublemint Gum. My mom always had a metal nail file and a tube of plain chapstick. It was as if by…

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