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Human Parts

How to Give Away a House

On remembering the people you loved while letting go of what they left behind

Photos courtesy of the author

FFirst, begin by remembering the house in its heyday. Skip-Bo games prompting shouts of victory or loss, the front door clapping with entries and exits, onions and green peppers sizzling in cast-iron frying pans, and the comforting smells of buttermilk pie drifting from the still-warm oven.

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Cassie McDaniel

Cassie McDaniel

Words, design, community. Leading w/ kindness. Product Design Director @ Lattice. Prev. Webfflow, Glitch, Mozilla, Adobe, Jane & Jury. cassiemcdaniel.com

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