Pondering the Meaning of the American Sofa NPR
Average Rating: ( 0 votes)
At the tender age of 28, I have finally reached a benchmark of American adulthood: I am about to purchase my very first real couch. (That is, of course, if you don't count the giant corduroy lump I purchased at Big Lots as a college junior. Which I don't.) The search for the sofa has been going on, informally, for more than a year. That's longer than I spent looking for a car. Longer than I looked for a house. A sofa is a big deal. More Read More...