Re: Baseball Cards
Every lawn I mowed in the summer of '87 was followed by a trip up to Allen's Coin Shop in Westerville to buy a box of 1987 Topps. My favorites were the Eric Davis and Don Mattingly cards. I must have bought over 30 boxes that summer.
Later that year I put them in number order and built several sets. Since they are "worthless" I guess my only hope is that everyone throws them away (because they are worthless) and like the oldies, they become rare. LOL....right. I still have them tucked away along with the others in storage bins in the basement and all have to be in MT since they were only touched twice - when they were pulled out of the pack and when they were put in number order.
Regardless, when I smell fresh cut grass I think of 1987 and those cards - and that's what's it's all about. Honestly, I'd throw them away if it wasn't for that.