A few months ago I threw out a question from my Facebook: “What is the strangest combination of foods you’ve eaten when unusually low on groceries?” The replies were hilarious.
So here’s another one.
Everyone has a magazine rack or basket of reading material in at least one room of the house. In a shared space, it might contain material of interest to multiple household members. I recently contemplated what the one in our house might reveal about our family if it were discovered after our hypothetical demise (or, less morbidly, what a passing stranger might learn). I challenge you to do the same.
What is in your magazine rack and what, anthropologically speaking, might it say about you or your family?
I will start the bidding off with: a book of New York Times crossword puzzles, Lake News by Barbara Delinsky (been there for seven years with a bookmark about 75 pages from the end), two back issues of Vanity Fair, a country ham catalog, the current issue of Playboy and A 40-Day Lenten Journey with Dietrich Bonhoeffer. You tell me.