The washing has been done, hung up over every suitable space and dried by evening for the most part. The hoover has run about the floor chasing the dust and forcing it to hang about in the air for hours after it was supposed to be sucked up into the depths of the machine. Good grief even the sinks got themselves cleaned. How is it something so close to water can be so filthy? I fail to understand how the water manages to leave behind so much stour! Well at least that is those jobs done for a few months.
As the dust returned from whence it had arisen I decided to clean up the laptop and download all those files taking up space and too important to loose. Such a simple idea but then it goes wrong. Not that anything went wrong it was just that the discs I use to download stuff onto take forever to format. I was convinced I had prepared all these beforehand and discovered I had failed to prepare any! So I began, first I had to check all the previous discs badly field with things in a mixed order. At least I discovered some pictures hidden for ages past if nothing else, then I discovered that nothing could be deleted from those old discs, which was a pity!
Hours passed as I removed files of pictures to one disc after another. Museum files here, picture museum files there, Great War here, other Great War there, on and on and I have hardly started yet. I also began to clear out the links. Line after line of links I never use even allowing for some being important to hold on to so many might never be used again. Just why some were kept is now a mystery and so many no longer work, the page long gone as the owner probably has too.
Added to this I was searching through the Memorial website in an effort to update the info there and this also takes so much time. However there is a reward in that new details arise and some interesting info comes out. This however could go on for ever.