Let's get a little heavy this evening. I recently lost a good friend at work and as it usually does when someone passes from this world it gets some thought going. A few times before I have thought about the topic of what becomes of our stuff after we are gone. Many of us are lucky enough to have this answer already deep in the pocket. The best thing would be to have a child, a sibling, a parent or even a close friend who will treasure your cardboard once you no longer can but... How many of us are in the realm of not knowing whom would carry on your quests? I find myself in that boat and it makes me think. Obviously, once we are gone it will be of no consequence when we check out but I'd like to know that someone enjoys my labor of love after that day comes...hopefully a long time from now.
My friend was also a collector of sorts but he didn't dabble in cardboard. He was a rabid hockey fan and had quite a bit of cool hockey memorabilia. His son shared the fandom of hockey and hopefully he will keep these pieces of his dad and treasure them. He was a good man and I will miss him- RIP Kelly.
So what are your thoughts? Ever thought on this topic?