December 29, 2015

Detritus and Laughter



I make these grandiose plans such as putting away the laundry or washing the dishes, and instead I read.  Attempting to achieve some order in the 2015 archive, I fall asleep at my computer.  I put the next years paper appointment book in order while awake….updated all the addresses too. 

At least I laugh at myself a lot.  Laughter is life saving and life affirming. 

As the piles of detritus around me grows, I keep on laughing.  I swear, though I put only one thing on a table or counter top, twenty messy things wait for me to turn around and see them.

The same is true of my computer innards.  Every year I vow to begin the year in an orderly environment…here or there.   Usually I succeed for a few moments.  Unless I fall asleep at my computer rocking back and forth while driving G mad with the squeaking’s, the contents of my hard drive get moved into new homes and I settle into  spaces labeled 2016. 

I carry my baskets of jpgs, hither and yon.  This year, I carry my docs basketed carefully in hope that someone would like to make a small chapbook from my Nazi articles.  I need to reprint my poetry chapbook as I am down to only one copy.  I do like an art form that is portable in multitudes. 

As long as I stay awake, the detritus will shrink and the multiples will vanish leaving me laughing.


                                                                    
  • Himself:  Granddaughter Zoe gave grampa a fart gun.  Enough said.  LOL
  • Herself:  Enthusiastically still reading Crais.  I don’t have them all and feel the loss.  Pleased that Snapfish (HP)  has given us an address link.
  • Reading:  Crais.
  • Gratitudes:  That I am here to laugh at G.


  • 9 comments:

    1. A laugh is always a good thing heading into a new year!

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    2. I can see living with you is a bundle of laughs. I just hope you laugh when Georga farts!

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    3. Got a fitbit from my sadistic husband and now feeling guilty that I do not exercise more. Life is tough is it not? I do not read books, but read my PC blogs, etc, instead of getting organized. Although the crash of the computer has forced me to start anew with 2016 .jpgs.

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    4. A friend sent me a paperback of "The Monkey's Raincoat" because I'd never read Crais. Intend to start it tomorrow. Keep laughing.

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    5. Ah, detritus of life. I am there, too. I had not thought to substitute laughter for my habitual teeth-grinding at my computer frustrations and lack of effectiveness at dealing with detritus. Thanks for a new example to follow. Not a New Year's resolution. No. It starts now. Blessings to you and yours.

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    6. There are computer chores at this time of year, but I have yet to fall asleep at my computer. Mind you, I am not in a recliner with a laptop but sitting at my desk. Even then ...

      Anyway, enjoy your naps. They are important.

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    7. I long ago gave up trying to keep my computer records organized. Keeping it simple works for me, mostly. I do need to go through my blog one of these times and archive some things.

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    8. Uh oh. Now, when you fall asleep at your computer, you're going to get shot at from a fart gun.

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