October 7, 2009

Throwing Out the Baby




One woman’s trash is another woman’s treasure. Swapmeet picture, 2009.


Himself: Swam, job hunted and applied for two, boxes, lead a meeting, watched TV, played a little computer game.

Herself: Started dinner in the slow cooker. Biked….I’m lazy at this, I admit. Wrote in my blog, deleted, he brought lunch, deleted, worked on a poem about deleting one’s past, read blogs and bed. Brought home the shaker rocker and cracked the arm with the truck lid. I’m beyond horrified.

Friends: Redoubling my prayers for several friends unheard from and heard from.

Reading: The new Peter S. Beagle book of short stories.

Balance: Sitting comfortably in my own living room.

What’s important. What’s not important. I keep on keeping on with my deleting. Another 10,000 plus jpgs into the trash.

Talking with Bee yesterday morning, I determine to take more calcium tho it upsets my stomach. Her endocrinologist told her most menopausal women do not get enough calcium and vitamin D which causes weight gain tho they don’t alter their exercise or eating.

Delete. That was me. I took my calcium and deleted what was unimportant and unused. Hopefully I left only what will I use here. It’s all backed up on the new backup computer anyway. If I am not going to use it either on an essay, out that image went. I was appalled at the duplications. Whole groups of jpgs saved over and over again.

It’s like parting with a baby to throw these unused and unseen images away, but I did it anyway.

2 comments:

  1. I also have the problem of thousands of pictures taken over three years and Picasa seem to have the habit of duplicating them all. I delete often but I'm not convinced they actually disappear from the computer.

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  2. Mage, find it interesting what you say about calcium and vitamin D. What you write about weight gain etc. could really apply to me, since I have also been vegetarian for about 38 years, and, unfortunately, no milk drinker. I'll have to look into it. Thanks.

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