The Stuff Nobody Wants
As those from the Depression and World War II eras die, their children are left to resolve a tragic problem that past generations did not face.
The problem involves stuff nobody wants. The possessions of parents are no longer prized by many children. The family silver means little to them. Even sentimental reasons are not enough to save family heirlooms from the thrift shop or consignment store. Sometimes, children will unload entire households upon services that specialize in liquidating such goods.
It is not only the fact that people cannot absorb extra things into their overcrowded homes, but the very things themselves