Found on the floor and photographed as evidence of Trump' "taking good care of sensitive documents".
I am reminded of his private secretary saying every surface in his office in Trump Tower was covered in piles of paper. Old newspapers. reports, documents. It's a form of mental illness. The hoarding of paper for no reason. And the overpowering "need' to not have anyone move or touch any of it.
Will we never be rid of this "man"?-- in quote marks because I hardly think of him as a mature adult.
Rain came early and we are spared a day of construction noise as our wake up. Husband is sad-- he had outdoor plans for the day and will have to entertain himself with the new puzzle. Our morning newspaper "will not be delivered today"--that was the message on the newspaper phone line. No explanation. I am reading a Nantucket book by Deveraux. A ghost story. A falling in love story.
At the beginning of COVID my library was getting rid of most of their Deveraux collection and I was not lucky enough to know about the daily discard cart out front of the library.. So I only have a few of them......now, if we want to read the books --we order them from "other" libraries.
Daughter delivered (yesterday) a few items she has been finding at the Dump in Georgetown (Maine). An art book and a very nice, brand new Tarot Card deck that is meant to be colored with pencil or pens by whomever owns the set of cards. The art book was printed in whatever way some books are being printed and bound these days- incredibly HEAVY. And hard to see how or why it is this way. The interior photos are of no interest to me. Not even to cut and paste. If the library still had carts outdoors I would add this art book to the cart. I could just leave it on the window sill in the vestibule. Why not.
That's it for today. It's cloudy and damp outside. If it rains I might collect rainwater. Grace is adding water to her walnut/ iron pot. My aging, rotting black walnuts (from Grace and/or Dee) are in a Goodwill $4 crockpot in the garage-- with a piece of rusting metal. All it needs is water to get going again. what's a bit of mold???? added interest to old cloth. Or just dirty brown color.