Well. This Is A First!
Last week I was told to pack up all my worldly possessions and be ready to move on to another facility. I will be writing more about this whole procedure, but I was limited to only four 'draft bags" not including one just for my typewriter. The bags are about the size of a fifty pound sack of potatoes.
Needless to say I quite easily filled all four bags. In the process of packing up I was forced to dispose of my extensive articles file. I had to pay extra to have fourteen newspapers and about ten books shipped. That left me with only one Sunday Times and three weekday papers.
While I settle in at this new place I have very little to do. Today I finished off the papers. So until the new ones catch up to me, and the box with the fourteen shows up I have NO NEW YORK TIMES that need to be read.
I did cut out a few articles, one for Mom and Dad, one for a Pastor friend in North Carolina, and let me see that leaves three. That does not include the Quote of the Day mentioned above. So I will comment on the one article that is not law or prison related and then toss the article out.
Must turn over a new leaf: no accumulating excess paper!