Now there's an object that has seen a lot of family history! :)
I use one like that all the time. And, I have a box of replacement blades. It's old but I don't know how old. I didn't know they were a collector item. I don't know what I'd do without it. I hope they still make them.
I've been thinking about x for a few minutes - and I don't think I'd manage a single thing that I could use for a photo! now - y won't be a problem for either of us, I'd say:)
You've kept a broken X-Acto blade for 30 years? Girl you are worse than I am at throwing things out. :)
What? No X-rays lying around? Nobroken bones at all with three sons? Wow! Or maybe you have gotten rid of them all -- far more likely!
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