Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist


I dusted my dressing table.

I did it because Ailz was threatening to do it if I didn't- and my dressing table is where I keep my toys.

Among them a castle full of old-time, Dungeons and Dragons-style gaming figures- and you can't just whisk round with a duster; each figure has to be lifted out and dusted with a soft cosmetics brush then replaced in the right position and not just any-old-how.

It took time- and I also did some judicious weeding (tidying away some of the figures I can do without) so that next time I have to do this- say, in five years time- it won't be quite so laborious...


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