My favorite Irish Jigging group-Leahy
Being Tuesday, it is also my vacuum/dust day. Vacuuming and dusting always perks things up. Things look fresh and clean without that thin (or thick) coating of dust. But, have you noticed the down side of dusting? Here's what I'm talking about. No matter how carefully you dust your hanging frames, they always end up crooked. I think that is why museums screw each side in place. It isn't a security thing. They don't want their frames all askew. And, if you are like me, (and I'm not saying you are, 'cause you probably have your dusting act more together=)) you go through half of the next week between dustings cocking your head at your crookedly hanging pictures. When you finally get them all hanging straight, it's time to haul out the dust rag once again. And the process repeats itself. I haven't straightened all my frames from last week yet. If I dust today, and then eye ball the frames and realign, maybe I'll have a week of straight pictures.
|The photograph in Commandant Klink's office|
is often off kilter as the Allies listen in.