Clump #210: Power through paper pile — part two.
I figured I’d put a photo of a tree on this page to commemorate the trees who gave their lives to make the newspapers I scanned through today. I started timing myself to keep up the pace and sense of urgency. The photo, below, was a misfire, but it’s actually a good impression of the way the process felt: scan, scan, skim, and toss:
I dutifully cut out the sudokus for my husband …
and bagged the whole lot for recycling. Four of the bags already contained shredded paper. With any luck, the piles on top will stabilize the shreds and prevent them from escaping and turning our street into a ticker tape parade on trash day.
Oh, Mo’ne, I hope you have your head screwed on tight! Front page of The Inquirer? At age 13?
The urgency part of getting through the clump quickly was the need to get out to a screening of the movie “Mean Girls” tonight. It was a benefit for the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center, with a live interview with Tina Fey by TVGuide Magazine Writer and fellow Summer Stage Alum Damian Holbrook. Tina Fey was just as funny and down-to-earth as you would hope.
Another great female role model and Philly girl setting the bar high.