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Day In, Day Out… | Mind Your Dirt
Every so often my routine begins to blur together and days become months and months become years. I usually try to stay positive and cheerful most of the time, but I am deathly allergic to routine. I don't think that we as a species are hardwired for this type of life. We long for ways to escape its stagnant grasp in any form we can. I recently installed a few motion cameras in the backyard just in case that racoon shows up again to dine upon my precious flock of hens. Better to be safe than sorry and these little cameras are relatively cheap and simple to install. No predators yet, but I'm watching. What I didn't expect them to capture was my sad sorry self heading off to work every morning. When I began to look at the images all together, it made me a little depressed. Maybe after a month or so I can make a nice little flip-book of the mundane. Something to enjoy after retirement. I do enjoy my job, don't get me wrong. Handling art and antiquities is a particularly amazing honor and