bunn (bunn) wrote,

More Being In Charge.

I had to find all these things from among about forty shelvesworth of games & books and pack them and send them to Denmark.
They don't have id codes or anything, only an 'on one of these shelves' coding.  I really hope I got them all right.  I checked them a lot, and then put them in a big box secured with an enormous quantity of tape.

This is in fact not Rosie and I going to the post-office with the Ginormous Parcel, but us leaving the postoffice again, because I didn't have enough hands to take a Rosie photo on the way in.

Admittedly I have been In Charge of a number of things for some time now, but that's bits and pixels, where if you screw it up, you can undo it again and if you do it fast enough nobody notices.  This is actual physical objects.  It's most alarming. 
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