One of the Winter Games challenges is to organize and file at least 20 hard files in their binders. After my experience tonight, I am fairly sure why I’m so far behind on filing. It’s too dang dangerous!
I pulled out the first stack of papers and proceeded to knock my glidepoint, the wrist guard, and the mouse pad onto the floor. That wasn’t a very good start.
Getting the first binder off the shelf produced a dust cloud and a sneezing fit. I filed a couple pages in that binder and somehow up ended a stack of books. Three of which hit me in the head.
The books ended up in another room and I went back to work. Pulling down another binder I managed to push two empty binders down the back of the shelf. I had to climb under the computer desk to set those free.
Then I was working in a binder and the lanyard hanging from the shelf fell. I picked that up and sat down only to have a binder jump off the shelf onto my desk scaring the dookies out of me.
I was beginning to thin that the shelf was attacking me on purpose. But I would not give up! I managed to sort through about 50 pages and got 25 of them in the right binders. Honestly, when I set out to complete these task, I didn’t think I would end up with bruises as my reward. At least now I’ve got the dangerous work done. LOL
Genealogist and writer. Creator of the Portuguese Hawaiian Genealogy and Heritage website, yourislandroutes.com