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The Eudemon

The Collectors and Hoarders and Childless

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

I don’t collect things anymore. I don’t know when I stopped, but in my youth, I would start more collections than a wino starts bottles.

Baseball cards, beer cans, football pennants, foreign currency, coins, postcards, seashells, marbles, even rocks (those polished stones featured in souvenir shops).

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Eric Scheske

Eric Scheske

Former editor of Gilbert Mag and columnist for NC Register. Freelance for many print pubs. Publishes here every Monday, plus occasional pieces during the week.

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