I don't get out much these days. Either the weather is dreich or I am it's always one or the other. Yesterday the mist covered the land until I appeared and my presence turned it into cloud cover. I hurried slowly back home from a very good morning at St P's to watch the Heart of Midlothian demolish Motherwell as we ought and then wasted the rest of the day footering around on the laptop trying to speed things up or watching bad football.
This was not my most productive day.
Today I was off to St P's for the study time but was directed by the museum to attend a meeting instead. This was good as I was still sleeping having woken at seven ans not fallen asleep until very late. Therefore my mind did not recover sufficiently to debate things and a museum meetings was just about right for my head. The meeting was to inform us volunteers of developments, problems, exhibitions, secret stuff we already knew about (walls have ears) and other highly informative news that I admit I have already forgotten.
These little meetings are important because one or two of us ask the questions they do not wish asked, I only once upset the boss, and we all had a jolly good time. It is nice to have an idea of what is coming up, lots of good things this year, and long term developments that may also occur money willing. It's good to work amongst folks who enjoy what they do and have good ideas re exhibitions and money gathering, I am so glad I do not have to do any, my role is to mutter and grumble, nothing else.
It is impressive that there are signs of an income increase, slight though this is, that school numbers are also increasing, and that bright ideas are being thought through. I look forward to later in the year when we bring the locals in to talk about their past, that is if they will actually come to join us.
I did however have a disaster on my WW2 memorial. I went on to it to amend something and the info box claimed it could not connect to something, followed by computer speak. I clicked on it stupidly and the thing deleted everything! Whether this was a virus that sneaked in or just a cliche I know not but luckily I have most of the info on file.
So I have spent time required
In between times I merely bait Trump lovers for fun.