Anyway back to the actual post.
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A had a knee operation on tuesday, according to the surgeon the operation went well and A should be recovering nicely. But for a week or two he is not allowed to put any weight on the knee, which means that he is going to be house bound for a while. And that to my understanding will mean constant Xbox playing in quantities that will make me mental. I think it would be healthy if he had something constructive to do. So I compiled a To-Do list for him. I know I'm evil, he is recovering after all.
- Check from my ancient computer what is the spec of the hard drive (the computer will be sold, for some very very low price)
- Go through and organize papers in several folders and boxes.
He has organized some of his papers earlier and now I listed the categories he already has so when he goes through the papers and finds something that is worthwhile keeping he can check if he already has a category for it, or if he needs to invent a new one.
My evil plan is to bring one folder a day near the sofa in the living room and then while he sits there and rests his leg he can look through the folder and categorize the papers. After he has categorized the papers and hopefully decided to throw away lots of them I can then leave one category pile of papers in the living room and bring the appropriate folder there, where he can then file the papers.
To me one folder a day sounds like a piece of cake but A is different. It takes him forever to go through paper. So I'm pretty sure my schedule is way too tight for him, but it's a plan, and it can be adjusted.