• Apr 25, 2019 1:00 am
  • 55:32 mins

Some things become more valuable than their pawn-shop-price, more meaningful than their function. It’s those items that we’re talking about today: the objects and heirlooms that we give meaning to. Sam starts us off with a radio family journal entry that features a memory of his grandfather, and an unusually meaningful walnut shell. Then, we’ll listen to “Daddy’s Ashes” by Geraldine Buckley, a story about saying goodbye to a father and finding meaning in a book of poetry he gifted her. And finally, we’ll join the Apple Seed team in a roundtable discussion about some of the objects that mean the most to them.