CUPS, GLASSES, AND OTHER CONTAINERS – BLACK & WHITE

CBWC: Cups or Glasses containers of any type

I actually backed up my computer on time this month and dutifully deleted redundant files. Today, I went to look for those files and realized they are on my backup drives.

It — basically — isn’t a big deal to hook up one of the drives and pull a file from it, but it is inconvenient. Moving stuff out of the way so I can open the end table — which is blocked by the sofa’s arm — and using a flashlight because I can’t see inside the table. I used to keep the container outside — but it got dusty, I put it back. Too much bending, twisting, and lifting.

Cold, damp weather gets us every time. We could be living barometers. My spine can always predict the weather.

Black & White


Categories: Anecdote, Black & White, black & white photography, Cee's Photo Challenge, Gallery, Photography

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4 replies

  1. It figures you would have a pretty toothbrush container. Thanks for playing Marilyn 😀 😀

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    • Everyone knows I like pottery, so when they can’t think of anything else, I get pottery. Finding uses for it gets interesting. Challenging 😀 I am lost in my photographs. I can’t find ANYTHING anymore unless I remember exactly when I took the pictures. I used to know more, but for the past few years, I don’t know what day it is much less what pictures I took and when. I usually at least remember the time of year, so at least I know whether to look in spring, fall, summer, or winter months. That’s almost a system, sorta 🤞

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  2. Sorry your in pain Marilyn! Lovely photos! ❤

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    • Better today It’s worst when the barometer is going up or down. When it settles down, it’s fine — until it moves again. But our world has changed from color to all white sprinkled with bright birds.

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