Some things you can't break.
When you’re trying to make a home in a place that’s nearly 100 years old, you come to accept that many things will be broken most of the time.
THINGS THAT BREAK HERE: The toilets, drain tiles, the wifi, our pickup, Frankie’s eyesight.
So we were surprised that after weeks of being lost, this soggy box showed up on our driveway.
Look close - you can just make out "unbreakable." A tiny reminder that there are still some things that can't be broken.
These combs are unremarkable in every way.
They are not bone, horn, handmade, or carved from old-growth hickory.
They are the definition of disposable.
Unless you - like us- have a soft spot for the throwaways from another time.
We like to think little things can remind us of the bigger things.
Like how my dad carried one of these in his shirt pocket when he was still young enough to care. There is dignity in hanging on to things without pretense; when it has no "show" value but still holds meaning.
Don’t forget to keep the faith.
And keep combing your hair.
➕ Made in the USA
➕ Comb measures 5" x 1.125"
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