There were actual articles in our truncated newspaper this morning worth reading, so I got to the computer late. Instead of writing, I played with my online photo albums again. I didn’t need all the photos in the “Festival Of Sail” album so combined them with “Beach Bay and Ships.”
Yes, I still have all the images backed up two places.
After working out, I combined “Marion B” with “Marion B’s House.”
I do want to keep all my photos. Yes, there’s ten thousand images over the years that are awful, but there’s one or two worth keeping. I have them all filed in a back up HD, and on disc. I may never look at them again, but I don’t have to have them all online clogging up my photo host.
I did a photo album for Marion of her house. I took volumes of images and they filled an online and real album that she much enjoyed. I loved doing it for her. She died, her family has the album, and I now don’t have to keep all the pictures.
I also had several albums on Vernal Utah. The Geezer’s Brother lives there, and we have visited and weddinged there several times. I felt we didn’t need 100 out of focus shots of wedding guests we didn’t know or rivers flooding their banks. I do want to keep the cabins and family handy. Who knows when one will need family.
It’s fun seeing all these old images again. Oh, how I loved Marion B. I equally love the depth of the land in Utah. What I need to do, rather than enjoy the past is rewrite that dreadfully pedantic piece on lard. There was so little fat to it that I fell asleep over it.
Life is Really in the Footnotes: