Getting rid of crap.
By: H. MichaelWhen I first met Janet Lee
Elimination of stuff after sixty years of buildup (Janet Lee insists she is 28) is not expected to be easy. It is after all our stuff, and the accrual of our stuff, that has helped define our personalities and help make us who we have become. Just take a look at Janet Lee's cowboy boots for example:
Each pair is full of history, and memories spent busting broncos, mucking stalls, stomping on broken hearts, and twirling around hardwood floors. Downsizing and simplifying our lives to the degree required to live aboard a 500 square foot boat will not allow us to carry around boot bags.
Personally, when I think of crap, I conjure up images of useless waste and worthless matter lacking any kind of valuable function. Maybe that's the whole point. What positive, effective value is created by the stuff we bring into our lives, or more importantly; what value is created by the stuff we bring to Adventure Us 2? Shouldn't we concern ourselves with the process of elimination and not what is eliminated?
Someone please pass me a laxative. Things are about to get