Thursday, January 24, 2013

On my SD card

I'm back at the National Archive, going through juicios de primera instancia (first-level court cases).  Read, reject, read, notes, read photos.  Lots of reading.  Lots of photos.  The ANH now requires that researchers wear masks and gloves--not comfortable, but a livable price for getting to troll through old documents. 

Meanwhile, I discovered that the SD card I started using for documents, which I thought was empty, actually had a few pictures left on it.  I think they were from July 2011 after I returned from my last trip to Quito. The best of them is this set of notes that Anya left on my desk one day:

For those of you who can't read Anya's 6-year-old writing, it says: "Can I have a snack?  Can I? Well?"

What's sitting on your SD card that you want to savor?

1 comment:

  1. That's nice mum, except for THE BORING PICTURES OF BOOKS (or whatever boring thing it was) :-)

    Your favorite son (who you want to give a cookie too)

    -Sam B.