I have doubts.

by | Dec 29, 2020 | 4 comments

Early in the pandemic I started to regret my brief foray into minimalism slightly. I still have a small space and like order, but I can understand now why my grandparents and my parents saved so much. I wrote about it and it’s up on The Washington Post’s, The Lily, today. I hope everyone is staying well.

JAC

December 29, 2020

4 Comments

  1. Kerri Aab

    Oh my goodness! I had a dream about you last night and woke up wondering how you were doing. I’m so happy to see this here! Much love to you!

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    • JAC

      Thanks for reading.

      Reply
  2. Debby Bellingham

    It seems like once I throw/give it away, I need it!

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    • JAC

      I think that’s exactly what my mom has always lived in fear of and kind of what happened to me! I still have plenty of art supplies though! Just not a lot of the random stuff that might’ve come in handy the last ten months. The title the editor chose kind of changed the angle from what I intended.

      Reply

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