A Good Box

I received many lovely gifts this Christmas, and I treasure them all. However, as I was clearing away the wrappings, I found myself entranced by good boxes. I put aside several containers too useful to recycle. Even as I was making a new pile, I told myself that I already had boxes and tins and such like to store projects-in-progress. I told myself that once those projects were in a sealed container they would become time capsules rather than project holders. I told myself to recycle the boxes. I didn’t listen.

Luck and wisdom!

Author: Lani Longshore

Quilter, writer, chocoholic, black belt (karate), killer of houseplants, reader of maps (and I still get lost)

One thought on “A Good Box”

  1. Love the “good box” analogy. I’m having the same difficulty tossing all the beautiful small boxes I received this year.

    Still, 15 boxes are too many for my outstanding projects! I’ve found I forget them once out of sight so invested in shoebox size clear boxes for the projects so I can see at a glance what’s outstanding.

    Happy New Year! Vicky S

    Sent from my iPhone

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