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What we're looking at now.


Last night I hung these shelves in our house. They mean a lot to me because they came from an old desk I dismantled. The desk my momma pulled out of an old barn in Arkansas. We used that desk all the time growing up. I remember sitting at it in 1989 when the tornado outbreak happened in Huntsvillle. I was building a San Francisco puzzle and waiting on my buddy Blair to pick me up for church, but they called and cancelled, said it was too dangerous. I was scared and sad and my tears fell on that old wood. We had a hundred other nights over that desk as a family. As I moved around through college and grab school and started my own family, the desk turned into an entertainment stand, then a coffee table, then was relegated to the basement as little heads hit the corner too many times. But now there’s a part of her on our walls, and there’s plenty more wood and plenty more uses. They aren’t just reclaimed lumber: they are remembrance lumber.