Moving Furniture

I wrote about some of the seemingly most mundane things that can happily occupy a summer (or other time of year) for Brain Child’s blog.

And then, there was a shelf that needed to be moved to our friends’ house just across the way. I handed the task to my eleven year-old-son and his pal.

I couldn’t help but take some photos. Because, adorable.

I keep noticing the way cool air at night lets you sleep and warm sunshine lets you ride a scooter and then have ice cream and the fact that there’s no homework. That’s to say, I feel the gifts of summer and it’s not taking a whole lot in order to do so.

Sarah Werthan Buttenwieser

Author: Sarah Werthan Buttenwieser

Sarah Werthan Buttenwieser's work has appeared on the New York Times, Salon, and the Manifest Station amongst other places. Find her on Twitter @standshadows

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