packing II

Jan 9, 2012

These January days in the parishes are much quieter than the rest of the year.  This give a good chance for packing.  It is not a task that I enjoy, although there are many enjoyable moments.

One of the challenges is to keep going when I find an old letter that I want to read again.  Old photos too are pretty time-consuming, and very satisfying.

I am open to any excuse to take me away from the task of packing. Your suggestions are welcome!




2 Comments

  1. Procrastination didn’t work too well for Hamlet!

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  2. I’m sure it’s different for royalty!

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