trunkOn a worrywart note, I was cleaning off this 100 year old trunk that belonged to Tony’s grandfather; it is a very small piece of the luggage that Tony’s grandparents took on a ship to Europe in the early 1900s – it has Paris labels on both sides. We are going  to use it as a coffee table in the new place.

As I was dusting, I noticed six small holes in the top of the trunk and several on the side. I should leave a note inside so one hundred years from now when my granddaughter is cleaning it out, she’ll know that those holes were drilled by her grandfather to prevent her father from smothering to death just in case he crawled inside and Auntie Kelly decided to lock him in.