I created la corbeille (French for “trash can”) in September, 2012, because it seemed like the only way I could keep myself from depositing everything I created . . . in the corbeille.
(For kicks, here’s the first post.)
Today, this blog exists for more than forcing me to be brave. I’m investigating how to live a good life on a Ramen noodle budget, tracking the restoration of our 1938 falling-apart house, and trying to tell good stories about learning to love well.
If you’re not one of the 12 people who’s not new, here’s a smattering of what’s in store:
I don’t have a grand plan, and that’s okay. I’m trying not to lose myself in the big picture. I’d like to think smaller, pour my best into all these unplanned moments. Catch just the next step underfoot. Avoid falling down the whole flight, if possible.