By Lori Borgman
It has become a Christmas tradition. We finish our gift exchange, I look around, take inventory and realize something is missing.
The crowd, always helpful, not to mention easily amused, offers suggestions:
“Check the linen closet behind the towels. You hid body wash there once.”
“How about beside your dresser? You always think nobody can see large boxes because there’s a surge suppressor in front of them.”
“Did you look in the utensil drawer? Remember the time — “
Personally, I think it’s nice to run across little treasures during the course of the year. It’s a way of keeping Christmas in your heart, not to mention your closet shelf, in the attic and the garage, all year long.
Lori Borgman is the author of “My Memory Is Shot, All I Retain Now is Water.”
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